- Taschenbuch: 480 Seiten
- Verlag: Addison Wesley; Auflage: 1 (5. November 2009)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0321647424
- ISBN-13: 978-0321647429
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,7 x 2,6 x 23,3 cm
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
John Wargo has been a professional software developer, educator, consultant, and presenter for more than 20 years.
As a subject matter expert (SME) on BlackBerry development platform and tools at Research In Motion (RIM), John was responsible for supporting a large U.S.-based carrier and its customers. He worked with key customers to help them design and build applications for their BlackBerry environments. He also created and delivered BlackBerry application developer training in cities across the United States.
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I've been a developer for over 30 years. I've read a lot of books, but this is one of only ones that talks to me as if I were a student in a classroom.
I'm one of those people who prefers hands-on, classroom environments (OK, so I've taught a few times myself) to sitting at a desk and reading. But I have to tell you, I've been reading this book at my desk, and even at my kitchen table at night, and I haven't fallen asleep (no old guy jokes please). I wish everyone would write technical books this way, at every level. I felt like John was there explaining it to me.
I've tried going thru RIM's developer site in the past, but have had nothing but issues. This book is clear, well organized, well written, UP-TO-DATE and right to the point. It finally clears up a lot of the mystery that I've been experiencing getting started and if you've never coded on a BB before, I'm sure it will help you too. My only other wish would be another book from John devoted solely to writing BB apps on Domino, but hey, that's what I do for a living.
To everyone reading this, keep in mind that this is strictly a "Fundamentals" book. It does an excellent job of setting the foundation for success in developing BB apps, but you still need to go out there and learn things on your own (do I hear an opening for a more advanced book?). If you are a developer, you already know what to do. This just gets you started that much faster and with less pitfalls.
George Paglia, M.B.A. in M.I.S.
Coding comes naturally to the successful programmer regardless of platform. It is the explanation of the nuances of the BlackBerry platform and how to best leverage the fundamentals: plug-ins, simulators, OS specific peculiarities, security and performance optimization; that shine in this guide.
Like any acquired skill, once you know the fundamentals, you either sink or swim on your own capabilities. This book has comprehensively sifted out all of the good information RIM provides on BB app/dev and logically arranged it for someone who needs to get started quickly and with best practices. This is the best reference guide available for anyone tasked with knowing the key pieces of the BlackBerry development platform in short order.
In fact, the book is great preparation for becoming a BlackBerry Certified Application Developer with the BCP-810 certification exam.
As the author says himself, this book is about understanding the fundamentals of the BlackBerry platform: "A developer must have a thorough understanding of the features, capabilities and even limitations of a platform in order to build useful, effective and efficient applications."