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IPhone Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide (Big Nerd Ranch Guides) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 13. April 2010

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Joe Conway, iPhone instructor for The Big Nerd Ranch, has been writing software on the Mac platform since he was a teenager, and began consulting and training for The Big Nerd Ranch shortly after graduating from the University of Wisconsin. Aaron Hillegass, CEO of Big Nerd Ranch, has more than 18 years of experience as a software engineer and developer trainer. He wrote the Big Nerd Ranch course on Cocoa, drawing from his experiences working at Apple and NeXT as senior trainer and curriculum developer. He is author of Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X (Addison-Wesley), the definitive guide to Cocoa programming.


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Format: Taschenbuch
The folks at the Big Nerd Ranch know the iOS platform and have an excellent reputation for their Bootcamp training courses. This book is the basis of the iOS bootcamp course and provides and excellent coverage of the important areas of iOS you need to get up and programming. Starting with the basics of memory management etc the second part of the book focuses on building a complete application using Table Views, Master / Detail view relationships etc.
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Die Autoren dieses Buches verfügen über viele Jahre Erfahrung mit Programmierung von Cocoa-Applikationen und insbesondere damit, ihr Wissen Neueinsteigern zu vermitteln. Die Bücher der Big Nerd Ranch basieren allesamt auf Kursmaterialien, die erfolgreich an einigen Versuchskaninchen ausprobiert wurden. Nun gibt es endlich auch ein Buch zu iOS. Es basiert in der ersten Auflage noch auf dem Stand von iOS 3, so dass das iPad nur im abschließenden Kapitel gesondert behandelt wird. Mehr ist aber nicht erforderlich, denn im Laufe des Buches lernt man alle wesentlichen Bereiche kennen, die man für die Entwicklung eigener Apps benötigt (Speichermanagement, Core Location, MapKit, View Controller, die Verwendung des Accelerometers, Benachrichtigungen usw.). Voraussetzung sind allerdings Kenntnisse in (Objective-)C, ohne macht das Buch wenig Sinn. Aber für DEN Grundkurs gibt andere sehr gute Bücher. Dieses hier konzentrier sich auf das iOS und das ist auch gut so.
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Lots of details and Information given in such a book. Enjoyed the examples very well targeted and explained. . .
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Top of the Heap 27. April 2010
Von Joshua Paul - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
If you plan on picking up a book about iPhone programming, you've found the right one.

I have a *ton* of iPhone books (and programming books, in general), and this sits at the top of the heap. The book is easy to read and understand, and the code provided is reusable (bonus!). It's obvious the material is derived from an experienced team.

Ultimately I've found that I can "trust" the problems/solutions laid out in the book, since it's coming from The Big Nerd Ranch (search for it if you're not familiar).

5+ stars.

My 3 book recommendation for iPhone:
1) iPhone Programming (this book)
2) Programming in Objective-C (Kochan)
3) Cocoa Design Patterns (Buck, Yacktman)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of the best programming books I've ever read 5. Mai 2010
Von Samer A - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I move from software technologies almost yearly, starting with PHP to ASP.NET and now starting iPhone development, so each year is basically another library of books I have to buy to teach myself the language. I've read a ridiculous amount of computer books, ranging from the terrible (super boring, dense) to the insultingly easy ones (that basically treat you like a 4th grader learning programming.)

This, thankfully, is a fantastic mix of being incredibly easy to pick up and read, and also super informative. As far as iPhone development goes, this will be my 4th introductory book I've picked up, trying to get a handle on developing for the platform. The other books all typically tend to throw you into immediately coding, and never really actually explain why you're doing what you're doing, or make sense of any of it. Yes, this book does start off with an example chapter that you basically just copy word for word, but that's mostly to get your feet wet before actually digging through all the details and building your foundation.

In the first 3-4 chapters of this book, I already feel like I have a complete grasp on subjects that I did not yet understand from the 3 previous books I've read. I sort of had an idea why I typed '*' in front of names, or what @property (retain) statements meant, but I never fully understood what I was doing--it was mostly just "well, I read it, so it must be the way to do it." Basically, the other books got me about 75-80% there, but this one is 100%. The last 20 I feel is the most important, because that's when you finally begin to understand the concepts of the language, which let you move onto the more complex stuff with confidence.

Another reason I feel this makes a great coding book is the layout of each page. I can't tell you how important it is to present all that text + code in a meaningful, organized way. I've read some books where they just hit you over the head with instructions, with almost no visual clues and with fragmented code samples. But the pages in this book have plenty of white space per page, have plenty of illustrations and each code sample is commented (an appropriate amount) to give you hints as you're typing code as to what you're doing.

Finally, and thank goodness for this, the first example in this book that you write is NOT a Hello, World app :)

In summation, if you're like me and have started to read a few books (or maybe you haven't, I wish I could have started with this one) and are looking for a way to really feel confident with iPhone core concepts, then pick this book up and give it a read. I can't wait to get started on the many project ideas I have!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Love it. I can't stop reading it 21. April 2010
Von Jose L. Rivera - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I love this book. I like the style and honesty of the author. Go right to the point. Is not boring. This is my 3rd iPhone Programming book. I love Jeff LaMarche too (It is also, a great intro to iPhone development). But, I think this one is less cluttered. I got the book yesterday (April 20, 2010). In two hours I read up to chapter 4 (I liked chapter 3 - Memory Management). Good introduction. The combination of XCode screen shots and UML charts are excellent complements to the text. I recommend this book (and Kochan, Objective-C programing book, latest edition) to anyone who wants learn how to program the iPhone. It is sad, that they don't have a chapter on OpenGL-ES, but it looks like the authors are planning to put together a book alone on this subject. I can't wait!. IMHO, Mr. Hillegas and his group, have (or has) mastered the art of communicating knowledge to the masses.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Misleading on OpenGL ES. 26. Mai 2010
Von Marc R. Bublitz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
The book promises "Dive into animation and effects, using Core Animation and OpenGL ES" but there is no OpenGL ES in the book. The authors state that they wrote a chapter for it, then rewrote it, then rewrote it, then decided to leave it out and put the information into another book.

The rest of the book seems like it is well written and gets to the point without a lot of fluff, but seeing as I specifically ordered the book for the OpenGL ES information then had to go through a return process because I was mislead by the publishers I cannot rate this any higher than a three star.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen WARNING: This is an old edition, there is a newer 2011 edition 8. Juli 2011
Von tall-latte - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
There is a newer edition of this book, called iOS Programming (instead of iPhone Programming). It was released July 2, 2011. Don't buy this edition by mistake!
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