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Beginning iOS 5 Development: Exploring the iOS SDK (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 7. Dezember 2011

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Dave Mark is a longtime Mac developer and author who has written a number of books on Mac and iOS development, including Beginning iPhone 4 Development (Apress, 2010), More iPhone 3 Development (Apress, 2010), Learn C on the Mac (Apress, 2008), The Macintosh Programming Primer series (Addison-Wesley, 1992), and Ultimate Mac Programming (Wiley, 1995). Dave loves the water and spends as much time as possible on it, in it, or near it. He lives with his wife and three children in Virginia.



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Von Jack am 19. Februar 2012
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Schon die Vorgängerversion war als Einstieg der Hammer. Nun nochmal stark erweitert und überarbeitet mit allem was man zu iOS 5 wissen möchte. Klar, spezielle Fragen muss man im Internet recherchieren - aber als erster Anhaltspunkt immer wieder sehr hilfreich!
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Das Buch ist (für mich) nicht zum Lernen zu gebrauchen :-(
Laaange Erklärungen, dann erst das Beispiel. Ich brauche es umgekehrt: Gib mir was zum Spielen und erklär mir dann wie es funktioniert.
Dazu sind die Beispiele zu aufwendig. Man verheddert sich in Code (den man als Anfänger nicht versteht) und Drag-Klick-Details. Durch die visuelle Art der "Programmierung" kommt es sehr schnell vor, dass man sich mal verklickt und nicht mehr weiter weiss. Frust pur :-(
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HASH(0xa07d1d80) von 5 Sternen Frustrating Sloppy Code Examples 24. Februar 2013
Von KennethF - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I read my training books by the computer and I do the exercises in the books as I go. Am I the atypical consumer of this book? How on earth did this book pass quality-assurance? Several chapters have examples that DO NOT work! They do not compile, there are references to objects that had no previous instructions to create, and the downloaded "working" code from apress.com does not match what's published in the book.

Obviously they rushed a quick update to "Beginning iOS 5 Development" instead of creating a book from scratch. One proof of this is their projects use the iOS 5 nibs instead of iOS 6's storyboards... ARGH. The authors should have spent a little extra time rewriting their iOS 5 books' code to use the iOS 6 features instead lazily dumping on us the outdated iOS 5 code. If we wanted iOS 5 features we could buy their iOS 5 book!

I'm disappointed. I code the examples from books to help me learn, but I don't want to spend time debugging the code of a overpaid expert while I'm a beginner learning his topic! Either I have to skip the code examples, making the book less effective, or I waste time I could be spending on my own project by fighting the book's code into working shape. Not a good choice either way.

The book ... well, it's inexpensive. Get it if you must. But know most of the 5-star reviews for this book are really for the iOS 5 version, check the date of the reviews vs the publish date of this book. I returned this book and I bought a different book created with more attention to detail.
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HASH(0xa07d1dd4) von 5 Sternen From zero to hero! 2. Januar 2012
Von Mihai Bojin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Phew, I just finished reading this book after putting about 68 hours of work into it, trying to understand every chapter and notion and writing the code myself so that it will better stick in my head.

I have to say, this has got to be one of the best technical books I've ever read, certainly great for a noob in Objective C and Cocoa like myself (but not an inexperienced programmer).

Things I believe contribute to the quality of this book:

- it is written with a nice pace in mind, taking the time to explain why certain choices were made and how iOS components work; every task is explained in detail, especially the Interface Builder tasks which can take some time to get used to and the authors never assume that you know how to do a certain thing - which is great for beginner developers; it also means that you can pick up chapters in a relatively random order and still be able to grasp how to work with XCode;

- goes through all major components of the Cocoa framework and provides relevant and well documented code;

- the book has a dedicated website which offers support in the form of a forum and from where you can download all the source code and resources used throughout the book;

- the authors included funny bits and bobs of text along the way, which help bring your morale up as you start wondering if this stuff is really for you;

- updated for iOS 5, includes information about ARC and a dedicated chapter for Storyboards;

- the authors teach you to think rather than learn how to do different tasks, which will definitely come in handy in the future, as XCode will most definitely change as it has in the past; a testament to this is that I've read the book partly from the 2nd version, while using the latest Xcode (4.2 at the moment) and was able to set up the projects correctly even though namings didn't quite match; after I switched to the third edition (this book) everything was as you would expect - up to date with XCode 4.2;

I have to say, this has got to be the best money I've ever invested in learning, as the price per quality ratio of this book goes through the roof!

I definitely recommend this book to any developer who wants to start building iOS applications and doesn't have any previous experience with Objective C and/or Cocoa. The book slowly builds on programming principles and Cocoa patterns, never assuming that you should know this or that. While knowing a bit of Objective C definitely helps, the authors explain each concept good enough to allow you to progress with the book without wondering what in the world have you just wrote.

I previously read Stephen Kochan's Programming in Objective C 2.0 which is a very good primer to the Objective C language but doesn't really teach you how to program iPhone or iPad apps and I'm also reading Aaron Hillegass' Objective C Programming, The Big Nerd Ranch Guide, which again seems like a language primer more than a book targeted to teaching you how to correctly think and develop iOS apps.

I'm pretty sure there are other good books out there, but I cannot stress enough the fact that if you're starting out this book will take you through all the necessary steps to understand how Cocoa works and how the apps are structured, what you can and cannot do with iOS and where to seek help when you'll need it.

I've really enjoyed this book, I'm pretty certain I now have a decent grasp on iOS development.
I'll be looking forward for any iOS books written by the same authors!
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HASH(0xa07d40cc) von 5 Sternen no one proofread the book before it get published?? 11. Dezember 2012
Von miss.s - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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As a reader of "Beginning IOS 5", I'm excited to read the updated version "Beginning IOS 6" but I'm kinda disappointed.

First thing first, this book is pretty organized, it explains pretty much everything, however someone NEEDS to proofread the book, there are quite a lot of code errors

for example, in ch 9 the last example doesn't work, even if you download the source code from their website and run it, it won't load all the presidents. (empty table)

also, there are some other code errors (ie. missing some codes) when you copy the codes from the book to xcode you will find out there are some lines missing (as xcode complains) It's not hard to fix them but it's kinda frustrated, the book get published WITHOUT having any serious proofreading.

I'm NOT going to visit their website, tell them what is missing and how to fix them, as I think that it's their job to do so.
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HASH(0xa07d45dc) von 5 Sternen The BEST book for starting IOS 5 development 13. Januar 2012
Von Raz J. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I can describe this book with a single word. Fantastic!

As some of the other reviewers mentioned, not having knowledge of Objective C can make following this book somewhat challenging. Not having any programming knowledge makes reading this book pointless. Having some knowledge of objective C is a must to fully reap the benefits of this book. As a background, my only programming knowledge before starting this upward (and somewhat steep) journey came from C which I learned over 10 years ago. I read two objective C primer books (and to save any beginners the trial and error of deciding, I would suggest Objective C programming: The big Nerds guide, followed by Programming in objective C 4th ed by Kochan). However reading the first one should be enough to get started with this fantastic book.

This book takes you up a steep hill using a "stairs" approach. Every step feels almost effortless as you move forward. The teaching style is very clear and does not assume prior knowledge of a subject, despite the fact that they explained that subject few chapters back. The exercises are very practical and they keep it simple and clear.

I highly recommend this book as a foundation laying book for beginning app development.

P.S. I purchased the Kindle edition of this book.
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HASH(0xa07d1e94) von 5 Sternen Very Satisfied w/Book 4. Januar 2012
Von David A. Thompson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I have bought several Objective C & IOS development guides trying to get an understanding of development on the Mac & iPhone. None of the books would guide you properly and did not contain useful exercises and examples.

I bought the Kindle addition of this book and have not put it down. I am dragging My MacBook Pro everywhere and reading/programming in all of my spare time. The IOS 4 guides I purchased appeared to be more of an introduction to added functionality within the release.

The Objective C books end up having you run programs on the command line. The integration was missing.

This book is different. I have been a programmer for years but not a "C" programmer and not a Mac programmer. I work on Linux clusters and the like. a lot of scripting.

This book starts out telling you that it is not intended to teach you C. The exercises and chapters walk you through the entire IOS 5 X-code IDE and explain how to use the system in a progressional way. I am being taught how to use the IDE and develop useful code that is helping me understand how I need to setup and integrate all the pieces of an IOS application.

I highly recommend this book
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