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iOS Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide (4th Edition)
 
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iOS Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide (4th Edition) [Format Kindle]

Joe Conway , Aaron Hillegass , Christian Keur
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Updated and expanded to cover iOS 7 and Xcode 5, iOS Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide leads you through the essential concepts, tools, and techniques for developing iOS applications. After completing this book, you will have the know-how and the confidence you need to tackle iOS projects of your own. Based on Big Nerd Ranch's popular iOS Bootcamp course and its well-tested materials and methodology, this bestselling guide teaches iOS concepts and coding in tandem. The result is instruction that is relevant and useful.

Throughout the book, the authors explain what's important and share their insights into the larger context of the iOS platform. You get a real understanding of how iOS development works, the many features that are available, and when and where to apply what you've learned.

Here are some of the topics covered:

  • Xcode 5, Instruments, and Storyboards
  • Building interfaces using the iOS 7 aesthetic
  • ARC and strong and weak references
  • Handling touch events and gestures
  • Toolbars, navigation controllers, and split view controllers
  • Using Auto Layout to scale user interfaces
  • Using Dynamic Type to scale fonts
  • Localization and Internationalization
  • Block syntax and use
  • Saving/loading data: Archiving and Core Data
  • Core Location and Map Kit
  • Communicating with web services using JSON
  • Using the Model-View-Controller-Store design pattern

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 12826 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 560 pages
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  • Editeur : Big Nerd Ranch Guides; Édition : 4 (14 février 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00IG8TGZ8
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice book on iOs Programming 20 mai 2014
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Cool, I've made some apps with dat book; now I feel like a star ma boiz dddddd ddd dd dd
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tons of iOS, Tons of Xcode! Know your Objective-C! 17 février 2014
Par Obliviam - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A quick summary: The quality of the chapters in this edition is once again top notch. You'll learn beginning, intermediate and some advanced topics in the world of iOS development. Trying to go into deep Xcode and iOS development without having gone through at least another book dedicated just to objective-c is going to find you frustrated, like I was, many times trying to learn how to make an iOS app only picking up pieces of the underlying language! This book is 2 chapters of dedicated Objective-C and 26 Chapters of iOS/XCode/UIKit framework.

Background about me: I have 10 years of C++, 6 years of .NET, 2 years of Python, and 2 months of Objective-C experience going into this book.

I ordered the kindle version of this book, and it is great reading on the Mac. The book recommends that you read on a Mac due to the way their code looks on a Kindle/Kindle Fire. I own a Kindle Fire and agree. Besides, you should be doing *ALL* the apps that the book lays out for you, and there are many! So reading on a Mac and then coding their examples on a Mac is a good way to read this book.

PROS:
- Walks you through several iOS application examples.
- Teaches you how to use Xcode by example.
- Goes in depth into standards.
- Provides resources to use in your applications
- Explains *at the right time* why things are done a certain way.

CONS:
- Does have an assumption that you know at least C, but I'll go out on a limb and say you should have at least read a book on Objective-C as well.

Recommended Readings:
The book recommends that if you want an in-depth reading on Objective-C, this book is not for you. Thats understandable, this is the iOS Programming Book, not the Objective-C programming book. However, I think that having at least an Objective-C book under your belt going into this book is required. Here recommended books by the author and the book I read going into this:

[AUTHOR Recommended] Objective-C Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide (http://amzn.to/1kNNtM9)
[MY Recommendation] Programming in Objective-C (http://amzn.to/1gUG7RP)

Conclusions:
This is the Xcode/iOS book that you will want to have under your belt to create really nice iOS applications. Have your Objective-C ready to go into this.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 They know how to teach 23 février 2014
Par Roger - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I finished up Big Nerd Ranch's Objective C Programming about a month ago (amazing book) and have been waiting for this new edition to be released. I'm about 1/4 of the way through it, but wanted to say this is a fantastic book. They clearly know how to teach....giving you a high level overview so that when they dive in, you understand where everything fits. While I was waiting for this book, I read a few others They all were the same.....begin a topic (like Views) and dive super super deep into them. But you had no idea the relevance of anything or where it fit. I learned more in the first chapter of this book than I did in the last month reading others. You will be coding a lot throughout this book....which is the ONLY way to learn....and they know that. You can tell they teach and code for a living. It's not just the big ideas, but it's the little things that others just don't address....like telling me that XIB is pronounced zib. That may seem small to you, but say it wrong in an interview...and you are labeled an idiot. I'm excited about going through the rest of the book. Thanks BNR for another great work.

Update....finished the book and have really learned a lot. When I first started coding many years ago, I learned mainframe Assembler (ya...I'm old) from the training school at Electronic Data Systems (EDS). They were a huge company and could have taught any style...but they taught exactly like BNR, i.e., learn how it really works...and lots of coding to reinforce it. Anyway, I would highly recommend this book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Upgrade from previous edition is not worth 9 mars 2014
Par hillroof - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My review is specifically regarding upgrading from previous edition. If you have read the previous edition; you don't gain much by purchasing this book. The new iOS 7 concepts presented in this book are not that much useful for someone who already knows basics of iOS development. If you have any of previous editions; you can safely skip this and read the specific iOS 7 topic you need in popular iOS blogs.

If you are just beginning with iOS development; Big Nerd series of books are good. First read a book on Objective C before reading this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Essential book for practical learning 17 juillet 2014
Par LagoDiLecco - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I don't think it's possible to learn IOS programming with just one source of information. I've got piles of books, printed Apple documentation, subscriptions to training videos etc etc. Each of these things contributes in its own way. However, if I had to say which of these things have helped me the most in learning the groundwork, I would say

1) This particular book (Big Nerd Ranch Guide) combined with:
2) Simon Allardice's videos on Lynda.com (am I allowed to say that?) plus:
3) Forging ahead and trying to write code using reference material (including other excellent books)

These guys have a crystal ball - ok, they have experience - and seem to be able to predict what I'm going to need to know, before I realize it myself.

Here's a story. I methodically (and even painfully) worked through about three quarters of the book and then got distracted trying to create a basic app. I got a bit stuck with my app. I searched through my reference stuff, read forums and inched ahead till my head was nearly done in. It was almost as a bit of a break that I started working through this book again, only to find solutions to some of my problems in the very next chapter! Crystal ball? (nah - experience, even better than a crystal ball!) Maybe I should have kept working through the book, but I think that we also need to go and "do" stuff in order for things to make sense.

Another thing - the forum associated with this book is really useful.

So, to summarise, I found this book to be an essential part of my learning and highly recommend it to others.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Great New Edition!! 9 mars 2014
Par T. Anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is the perfect place for an experienced developer to start with iOS programming. I say experienced developer because this book does a great job of showing you the basics of developing with iOS, but if you don't understand C and Objective-C, you are probably going to get lost. Maybe not, but I found myself saying, "I am glad I already know what that is" about quite a few topics that were used to explain the subject matter. If you don't know Objective-C, I would recommend starting with Objective-C Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide (2nd Edition).

This book does a great job of showing you what you need to know to get started with iOS. When you are done with it you should be able to easily move into programming iOS applications and learning more advanced topics along the way.

To give you an idea of the high level topics the book cover, I have listed the chapters below.

1. A Simple iOS Application
2. Objective-C
3. Managing Memory with ARC
4. Views and the View Hierarchy
5. Views: Redrawing and UIScrollView
6. View Controllers
7. Delegation and Text Input
8. UITableView and UITableViewController
9. Editing UITableView
10. UINavigationController
11. Camera
12. Touch Events and UIResponder
13. UIGestureRecognizer and UIMenuController
14. Debugging Tools
15. Introduction to Auto Layout
16. Auto Layout: Programmatic Constraints
17. Autorotation, Popover Controllers, and Modal View Controllers
18. Saving, Loading, and Application States
19. Subclassing UITableViewCell
20. Dynamic Type
21. Web Services and UIWebView
22. UISplitViewController
23. Core Data
24. State Restoration
25. Localization
26. NSUserDefaults
27. Controlling Animations
28. UIStoryboard
29. Afterword

With Objective-C Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide (2nd Edition) the authors provided no code samples. Although they still push you very hard to type everything, they do provide code samples with this book. They are very well organized and usable.

One thing I learned from Objective-C Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide (2nd Edition) is that the authors are right, if you type the code instead of read the code, you will learn and retain a lot more of the topics covered.

The reason for this is the way the authors use the samples throughout the book. It goes like this- add this ABC code, and then in the next example delete ABC code and add XYZ code, and then leave XY, but delete Z and add DEF code. You get the final result in the code samples, but going through what it took to get there is just as important.

I have this fourth edition and the third edition. I never got around to reviewing the third edition, but wanted to make sure I reviewed this one because I feel it is an awesome asset to the experienced programmer looking to get into iOS programming.

One thing I think most readers will notice right away is that the book does not use Storyboards until the last chapter of the book, and then the book puts the kibosh on them. I have used Storyboards in almost all my quick and dirty proof of concepts where I wanted simple navigation. In one of those I had to abandon them because of some complex navigation one sections of the application required.

I wouldn't completely discount Storyboards and would use them if the applications functionality allowed for them. It is just like everything else, you need to understand the architecture and the functional needs of the app enough to make an informed decision.

The diagrams in the book are awesome. They are UML-ish and really help by giving a visual representation of the topic at hand. The authors also use the right amount of screenshots. They do a good job of including them when they are needed, and they do not use them as filler.

The book also makes a good reference. Topics are short and to the point. There isn't any filler in this book, so when you need to look something up you have a nice concise explanation at your fingertips.

All in all, if you are looking to get into iOS, this is a great place to start. If you are an experienced iOS developer, it makes a nice reference for the features only used once in a blue moon.
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