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Jonathan Zdziarski is better known as the hacker "NerveGas" in the iPhone development community. His work in cracking the iPhone helped lead the effort to port the first open source applications, and his book, iPhone Open Application Development, taught developers how to write applications for the popular device long before Apple introduced its own SDK. Prior to the release of iPhone Forensics, Jonathan wrote and supported an iPhone forensics manual distributed exclusively to law enforcement. Jonathan frequently consults law enforcement agencies and assists forensic examiners in their investigations. He teaches an iPhone forensics workshop in his spare time to train forensic examiners and corporate security personnel.
Jonathan is also a full-time research scientist specializing in machine learning technology to combat online fraud and spam, an effort that led him to develop networking products capable of learning how to protect customers. He is founder of the DSPAM project, a high-profile, next-generation spam filter that was acquired in 2006 by Sensory Networks, Inc. He lectures widely on the topic of spam and is a foremost researcher in the fields of machine-learning and algorithmic theory.
Jonathan's website is zdziarski.com.
Table of Contents
|Audience for This Book|
|Organization of the Material|
|Conventions Used in This Book|
|Using Code Examples|
|Safari-½ Books Online WeÆd Like to Hear from You|
|Getting Started with the iPhone SDK|
|Anatomy of an Application|
|Installing the iPhone SDK|
|Provisioning an iPhone|
|Building and Installing Applications|
|Transitioning to Objective-C|
|Interface Builder: XcodeÆs GUI for GUIs|
|Windows, Views, and View Controllers|
|User Interface Elements|
|Designing a UI|
|Removing Interface Builder from a Project|
|Introduction to UI Kit|
|Basic User Interface Elements|
|Windows and Views|
|Navigation Bars and Controllers|
|Action Sheets and Alerts|
|Table Views and Controllers|
|Status Bar Manipulation|
|Initiating Phone Calls|
|Multi-Touch Events and Geometry|
|Introduction to Geometric Structures|
|Multi-Touch Events Handling|
|Layer Programming with Quartz Core|
|Making a Racket: Audio Toolbox and AVFoundation|
|AVMeter: Build a VU Meter|
|Network Programming with CFNetwork|
|Basic Sockets Programming|
|CFHTTP and CFFTP|
|Getting a Fix: Core Location|
|The Core Location Manager|
|Address Book Frameworks|
|Address Book Access|
|Address Book UI|
|Advanced UI Kit Design|
|Progress and Activity Indicators|
|Sensors and Device Information|
|Dictionaries and Property Lists|
|CovertFlow: SDK Cover Flow Programming|
|PageControl: Page Flicking Example|
|A PageScrollView for Many Views|
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