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Have a look at the new features of iOS5 here http://developer.apple.com/technologies/ios5/.

You need to get your hands dirty with iOS SDK in general before you can use these new apis. This book will be useful not only for a new comer, but also for an experienced developer.

Thanks,
Snehasish.
10 years ago
iOS
It’s all about how one market their products. Inspite of being a closed platform, Apple has been fantastic in keeping the community engaged and it’s increasing everyday. It’s a healthy and collaborative community and as long as they can maintain it, there is no reason why iOS be made opensource. They are earning lots and lots.

I have heard a news where a 15 years old boy from china sold his kidney to buy an iPad. Well, this says it all for Apple.

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Snehasish.
10 years ago
iOS
Since it’s essence, Obj-C has been growing in popularity among developers. It’s one of the most versatile and easy to code languages. We can toll-free bridge between C,C++ and Obj-C. It is a superset of C with Object Oriented features along with other runtime improvements.
10 years ago
iOS
Yes. If you have some basic programming knowledge, then this book is for you. I have the seen the table of contents from which it looks to cover almost every topic. Going by their previous titles in iPhone/iPad programming, i am sure this book will be an enjoyable read. Having said this and from my experience, you will need to practice,practice, play with the framework and unlock your imagination to create a truly world class product.

You may also consider watching the WWDC videos. http://developer.apple.com/videos

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Snehasish.
10 years ago
iOS
You can go through the chapters which you have mentioned from “iOS4 in Action” to get a good understanding about them. Once you do this and
if you are a registered Apple Developer, then you can go to http://developer.apple.com/videos and watch WWDC 2011 videos provided in HD to further solidify your understanding of these topics. It will also help you to keep yourself updated with latest developments in iOS5. The videos provide a lot of useful information.

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Snehasish
10 years ago
iOS
Welcome Bernerd and Jeremy… Looking from the table of contents, your book has some nice topics to explore….
10 years ago
Hi

Chipmunk is better than Box2d. Large community help available.
10 years ago
iOS
Hi,

Since the action requires a screen reset which can be destructive one with context to the application, it is better to show it with a modal popup like UIActionSheet or your own.
10 years ago
iOS

Kaustubh G Sharma wrote:but for initiate it I have to start it from ground zero which makes me a little scare 'casue it can impact on my current carrer plus not easy to got a chance on it...

currently I am dealing with J2EE and in J2EE also I have to walk a very big way...I don't know any application server,not much about hibernate, no spring, no EJB plus lot of things in J2EE also...this really a big head ache for me...what to read and howmuch to read also can't find time for this stuff also sometimes I am working on weekends also...Big issue for me



No time... That's the problem.
10 years ago
iOS

Pratik Goswami wrote:Hello Martin,

1. Its not difficult at all to learn Objective C if you are aware with JAVA/Android development. Its my personal experience.
2. yes, for iPhone development you must need MAC machine with XCode. Still there is no mechanism to develop application from another IDE running on another OS.
3. For GUI development there is a tool on MAC named - Interface Builder.

Hope this information help you further.

Happy coding

Thanks & Regards,
Pratik Goswami



Interface Builder is sufficient for simple interfaces. If you want to make high quality apps you have to look for customization and code your interface.It's my personal experience. Interface builder isn't that great. Learning Objective-C can be smooth if you are good in grasping programming concepts and adapting to different design patterns along side a bit of C knowledge. There are topics like memory management which isn't like Java/Android and it can get pretty complicated here. You may also need to jump to Core Foundation for more fine grained control and mix Objective-C and Core Foundation.

Learning Objective isn't equal to Java although it helps at times.

Thanks & Regards,
Snehasish Barman.
10 years ago
iOS
Welcome Rory! Good Luck for your new book.
10 years ago
iOS
Hi,

Yes, Objective-C and Java are different but careful observation you can relate some concepts with Java.
Xcode 3 is a pain at times if you are from eclipse background like me but you get used to it.
10 years ago
iOS
Hi,

Learning to develop for iPhone & iPad can be very steep compared to other platforms. Oppurtunities will be there if you have the creativity along side logic because creativity matters a lot here. Most of the career oppurtunites comes form startup's rather than well established companies.
As far as i'm concerned, i learned about the apple's app ecosystem, publishing, do and don't's, interface designing and mobile development, Apple's language Objective-C and many others.

I'm a Adobe Flex,Adobe AIR,Java,J2EE,Spring developer at office and i have a lot of resposiblities there.
So if you are a busy person like me first of all you have work out of your skins to learn iPhone development. I'm saying this from my personal experience as i have already developed an app called "Blogspace" and it's in AppStore.

Rather than thinking about career, you should have the interest and passion for mobile developement and this is what is going to make you successfull in this platform.
10 years ago
iOS
Hi,
Can anyone let me know how can i publish my j2ee website on a j2ee server for the purpose of e-commerce?
Also i need a database to hold my data? how do i upload a database?
Can anyone give the steps or any website names?
Help highly appreciated!

Thanks.
12 years ago
which is the best book for learning struts1 from scratch to advanced level?
12 years ago