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Beginning Mac Programming: Develop with Objective-C and Cocoa (Pragmatic Programmers) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 4. Mai 2010

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  • Taschenbuch: 419 Seiten
  • Verlag: Pragmatic Bookshelf (4. Mai 2010)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1934356514
  • ISBN-13: 978-1934356517
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 2 x 22,9 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 549.547 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Tim Isted has been writing software for Macintosh computers since 1995. He also builds web applications using Ruby on Rails, PHP, and .NET, and has been known to develop for Windows machines, too. He blogs on Core Data at, and is currently co-organizing NSConference, a conference for Mac developers.


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Very good Book to start learning objective-c an Mac-osx development environment. Maybe a new edition should be better with the new software version, but at least a good way to start.
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5 von 12 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von peter schröder am 24. März 2010
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Ich habe mir dieses Buch vor ca. einem Jahr als Beta-Book von pragprog besorgt und war erstmal darüber enttäuscht, dass lediglich die hälfte aller Kapitel existierten. Unter Beta stelle ich mir etwas anderes vor...

Inhaltlich hält das Buch nicht was der Titel verspricht. Es sollte eher heißen "Programming Basics on the Mac". Als alter Java-Hase muss man mir nicht erklären was eine Variable ist und wie man über eine Liste iteriert. Das kann man alles auf einer Seite tun. Darüber hinaus gibt es ein ganzes Kapitel über Speicher und Speicherbehandlung im allgemeinen. Dieses Kapitel ist total für die Katz, da neue Mac anwendungen auch mit einem Garbage-Collector laufen können, wodurch man sich das ganze einfach schenken kann. Darüber findet sich natürlich kein Wort in diesem Kapitel.

Ein viel Besseres Buch ist meiner Ansicht nach "Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X". Beginning Mac kann ich niemandem weiterempfehlen!
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If you want to learn iPhone or Mac Programming, start here. 10. Mai 2010
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I have been developing web sites for many years. I have worked with HTML, XHTML, CSS, Flash, PHP, MySQL and none of that prepared me for learning how to do iPhone development.

I searched far and wide and read any number of reviews and recommendations. I have looked at a number of highly recommended books on iPhone Development, but not until I began reading this book did any of it make sense. If you have never done Objective-C or Cocoa programming before and you want to learn programming for the iPhone or the Mac, this is the book to start with. Tim Isted has taken the time to carefully explain in real-world terminology how Objective-C works.

To some, this book may seem like a diversion because it actually starts with programming Mac applications and only gets to iPhone App development at the end, however, it is the time the Tim has taken to explain the fundamentals and framework that makes everything else make sense. If you want to learn iPhone or Mac Development and you don't have a background in C or Objective-C programming, this book is for you.

Thank you Tim for recognizing that there are people who want to do iPhone/Mac development but need to place to begin learning.
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Hard To Imagine A Better Book 20. April 2010
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This book is amazing. I have been through it, cover to cover in detail, and have been stunned by the quality. No mistakes (I recall 1 typo in the whole book), a rarity in programming books, and everything went smoothly as I followed along in XCode on my Mac. It's targeted at beginners, yet I feel like somebody wanting a deeper understanding of Apple-based programming will get even more out of it (non-beginners or iPhone OS programmers that are looking for a good foundation). The author has done an outstanding job of leading the reader through the topics and balancing code examples vs. discussion. Can't recommend it enough.
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For those needing an easy intro but with quality... 28. April 2010
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This book is my first recommendation for anyone learning how to code for Macs. Learning how Xcode works, why things are laid out the way they are, before people start developing there own beliefs of how things should be done. As any Apple Developer will tell you. You just do this way because it is the Apple way. Don't fight it, go with it. And this intro book really help enlighten you to why things are done the way they are and that the programming paradigm is truly an MVC one.
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First-class intro that works with Xcode 4 20. April 2011
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I agree with what everyone else's reviews wholeheartedly (except our young friend :-) and would add this...

I switched to Xcode 4 in the middle of the book and I didn't have any problems. In fact, it was fun learning how to use the new Xcode features without the book explicitly telling me how by just diving in and doing it, such as control-dragging from, say, a text field in the Interface Builder Pane over into the Source Code Pane which causes Xcode to both write the skeleton code and make the connections automatically. Very cool. In the cases where Xcode 4 did not match the book, a bit of quick poking around was all that was needed to find the new place Apple put that same Xcode feature.

Most computer people know that nothing beats a good self-paced "tutorial" book as the optimal way to learn to program. I'm kind of an expert on iOS/Mac OS development RESOURCES and currently own 20+ books on Cocoa/Mac OS programming and 40+ books on Cocoa Touch/iOS programming, among others.

So, I can say that Tim's understanding of the "Art of the Explanation" is top-notch and he does all the right things to teach you the fundamentals of creating Mac OS apps that's both fun, efficient, gratifying and makes what you learn stick.

This book is one of the best, but not the only one available. If at all possible, I recommend everyone try to also flip through the other books either electronically or physically and choose one that "speaks to you" the best, taking into account your current level of experience and the style of learning that pleases you the most. I did that, and this is the one I chose first, and after having used many, many "tutorial" books, this one is clearly A+.

Also, I highly recommend you do the WHOLE book without skipping, and always type the code in with your fingers so that you take advantage of sense-memory to help you learn more deeply. Go to the website first and mark up your book from the errata list before you begin. (There are remarkably few errors!)

Finally, let me mention that the 25-year-old world of Xcode, Cocoa and Cocoa Touch spans a wide range, from being amazingly easy to make big things happen, to being incredibly complex - enough to MY toes curl (and I have 35+ years of programming experience). Don't let the depth discourage you. Sail your boat on the surface of the ocean and ignore the deep blue sea beneath you. Work on a need-to-know basis and you'll do well.

In the same way that the Space Shuttle zig-zags back and forth as it sets itself up for a perfect landing, that's the way we humans need to operate when we descend into a complex environment. We'll zig-zag back and forth between tutorial books like this, iTunes U videos, formal documentation, sample code, online resources and more. It's also a lot like cleaning a dirty window, and after repeatedly wiping it you'll see more and more clearly.

But starting with an excellent tutorial book like this one FIRST is like using Windex. It's definitely an essential "path of least resistance" toward getting busy and productive with Apple Mac OS/iOS app development. I highly recommend Tim Isted's book!

Mark Hernandez
The Information Workshop
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Small, incremental, successful learning 3. Juli 2010
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This is the third book in my attempt to learn to program with objective-c and on the mac. The first two, while covered lots of details, left me feeling like I had to follow the tutorials or I was hopelessly lost. I am getting excited working with this book since I finally feel like I'm getting a good understanding of how to program on the Mac.

It could be that working through those other Obj-C books allowed me to understand this book with greater ease but there is one thing this author does that I haven't seen much of. He carefully introduces new concepts and gently repeats them (without forcing you to flip back to page whatever). He is careful not to breeze through concepts assuming I know them. I would guess that the first few times he mentions a new concept while working on a project he explains what that concepts does and briefly how it works. Very helpful because this stuff is very abstract and can get confusing quickly. Later on he might reduce what was 4 steps in the first chapter to a single step but so far that hasn't hung me up anywhere. Now that I think about it, I don't think I've had to jump back to previous pages at all. At least very little.

Additionally, I am halfway through the book and he has been smart about building projects. There are two projects so far and he is slowly building up the complexity rather than wasting my time doing the exact same thing, like setting up a project. It makes for a very natural feeling of progression in both introduction of ideas and feeling of success. Small, incremental, successful learning is really important and the author does an excellent job of cultivating that in this book.

I am very pleased with this text and author and I intend to buy more book written by Mr. Isted.
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