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Xcode Primer - Visual Programming for OS X (English Edition)
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Xcode Primer - Visual Programming for OS X (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Nick Smith

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Visual Programming for OS X
NOTE: This version (revision2) was revised Dec 2013 to correct some minor errors and use a new cover design.
The fourth book in the Xcode Primer series.
Learn to build Mac apps in Xcode 5 on OS X Mavericks or Mountain Lion.
Covers app building basics, debugging, protocols, delegates, table views, collection views, KVO, popovers, windows and much more.
Build on your C and Objective-C knowledge from the previous Xcode Primer books and learn the art of visual programming in Xcode 5.
Free source code available.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 16182 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 581 pages
  • Editeur : AppSmith Books; Édition : 1 (1 décembre 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Perfect for how I learn - check the author's forum for errata to save yourself from frustration though 21 novembre 2013
Par slewisma - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is just right for the way I learn. I can't promise that is the same way you learn but, for me, it works. I have tried to learn the combination of Objective C and Xcode several times and failed. It seems so much more complex than other IDEs and languages I've used successfully. The key is learning and practicing enough to actually remember it and this book does a nice job of talking about how things work, what goes with what and then making you put the concept to work in code. Don't download the code from the website. Type it yourself and think about what you are doing and you'll learn more.

One caveat, there are a couple errors in the code and instructions in the book. You can read about these and the corrections to them in a forum the author maintains (there's a link on the website the book mentions). On one hand, you learn a lot trying to fix these yourself but, on the other, you can go crazy trying to understand why it isn't working when you did exactly what the book said to do. You might want to check the forum to know where the errors are before you encounter them. Then, if you want to try to fix them before reading the details of the fix, just ignore the rest of the forum post until you try fixing it yourself.

Overall the book is really great. The number of errors is small but they can throw your learning a curveball if you don't know there's an error.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 don't judge the book by its cover 24 novembre 2013
Par Phil - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Judging by the low price and cheap cover art, I was expecting this to be a dodgy self-published work of dubious quality. I bought it anyway because its one of the first books I've seen on Xcode 5. I've got several others on this topic but they're all for old versions of Xcode and contain lots of pre-ARC memory management code (and they fail for other reasons, I won't go into here).

I was pleasantly surprised by what I got. I picked up lots of tips that had passed me by in the other books, and cleared up some confusions about differences in Xcode 5. The author's style is also refreshing. He gets the balance between theory and practice just about right for my skill level.

As for skill level, you will need some familiarity with Objective-C and programming concepts before you take on this book. You don't need to be an expert (I'm not), but if you've never done any programming before this is not the book to get you started. Look at Steve Kochan's Objective-C book for that, and then maybe move on to Hillegaas and this for Xcode.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great intro to Xcode! 23 novembre 2013
Par B. Williamson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm an accomplished developer with Eclipse and Visual Studio however I was lost with Xcode. The books I found on Objective C and iOS development were good primers for code writing but they didn't help with navigating Xcode, which I found difficult. Xcode Primer is a perfect balance between code introduction and Xcode usage. It's an easy read which probably works very well for beginners but isn't boring or annoying to more advanced developers just getting into Xcode. I'm looking forward to moving on to some of the other titles by Nick Smith.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Primer 17 novembre 2013
Par George Matty - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Excellent book. I'm on chapter 5 and the author is very clear and this book really helps you learn how to program in Mavericks. I'm looking forward to updating this review when I actually finish the book. Covers using the latest edition of Xcode. So far so good! I'm at chapter 9 now: What is cool is that even if you might forget to add something, because the author explained how exactly to add properties, methods actions and how to make the connections to your app, you know and have confidence exactly how to resolve the issues. The apps that are being developed really utilize the controls that you would expect to use in an application.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Xcode Primer 1 mai 2014
Par Roark Dority - Publié sur Amazon.com
I had to search far and wide for this book but it was worth every penny. One of the best programming books around. I think Apple's strange programming language is a pain in the butt. Nick Smith helped me so much, after reading his book, I can say with confidence that I'll be writing decent applications for the Mac and can start doing so now.
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