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The Core iOS 6 Developer's Cookbook

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780321884213

ISBN10:
0321884213
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
12/3/2012
Publisher(s):
Addison-Wesley Professional

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This is the 4th edition with a publication date of 12/3/2012.
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Summary

The Core iOS 6 Developer's Cookbookbrings together reliable, proven solutions for the heart of day-to-day iOS 6 development. World-renowned iOS programming expert Erica Sadun covers all the classes you'll need to create successful iOS 6 mobile apps with standard APIs and interface elements and take full advantage of iOS 6 graphics, touches, and views. As in her previous bestselling iOS books, Sadun translates today's development best practices into working code, distilling key concepts into concise recipes that are easy to understand and transfer into your own projects. This isn't just cut-and-paste; using her examples, Sadun fully explains both the "how" and "why" of effective iOS 6 development. All code has been fully revised and extensively tested to reflect the latest iOS 6 features and the newest iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch capabilities. Throughout, every chapter groups related tasks together, so you can jump straight to your solution, without having to identify the right class or framework first. Coverage includes Supporting direct user input through multitouch and gestures, including custom gesture recognizers Building, customizing, and using iOS 6 controls Alerting users via popup dialogs, progress bars, local notifications, popovers, audio pings, and other techniques Assembling views and animation, organizing view hierarchies, and understanding how views work together Using iOS 6's breakthrough autolayout constraints system to simplify support for multiple screen geometries controlling keyboards, making onscreen elements "text aware," and efficiently scanning and formatting text Using view controllers to organize your users' workspaces Managing photos, videos, email, text messages, and iOS 6-enhanced social media updates Implementing VoiceOver accessibility to reach even more users Organizing apps simply and intuitively with tables and adding flexibility with iOS 6's brand new collection views Getting started with Core Data managed data stores Leveraging iOS 6's powerful networking and web services support

Author Biography

Erica Sadun is the bestselling author, coauthor, and contributor to several dozen books on programming, digital video and photography, and web design, including the widely popular The iOS 5 Developer’s Cookbook. She currently blogs at TUAW.com, and has blogged in the past at O’Reilly’s Mac Devcenter, Lifehacker, and Ars Technica. In addition to being the author of dozens of iOS-native applications, Erica holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Georgia Tech’s Graphics, Visualization and Usability Center. A geek, a programmer, and an author, she’s never met a gadget she didn’t love. When not writing, she and her geek husband parent three geeks-in-training, who regard their parents with restrained bemusement, when they’re not busy rewiring the house or plotting global dominance.

Table of Contents

Preface
PART I: Controllers
1 View Controllers
2 Core Data, Tables, and iCloud
3 Images and Video Picker Controllers
 
PART II: Pixels
4 Views and Animations
5 Working with Images
6 Core Image *
7 Printing, PDFs and Advanced Quartz *
8 Core Text *
PART III: Interactivity
9 Gestures and Touches
10 Custom Controls
11 Accessibility
12 Texts and Keyboards
13 Alerting the User
14 Sensors and Non-Touch Interactivity
15 Device Capabilities
PART IV:  Internet
16 Networking *
17 Keychains and Defaults *
18 Documents and Data Sharing
19 Strings, Dates, Geometry, and More *


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