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Head First iPhone Development (Anglais) Broché – 6 novembre 2009

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good, could be great! 27 janvier 2011
Par Lefty - Publié sur
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** New to both programming and iphone app development
** Have MBA and have had a few computer science classes (hated them)

If you are new to programming, or in general hate programming this book would not be the place to start. Having said that, this book is a MUST HAVE after you have a little foundation (prior to this book I read Beginning iPhone Development, iPhone and iPad Apps for Absolute Beginners, iPhone Programming and More iPhone 3 Development). After trying to establish a foundation, but still being confused (I hate programming, but I guess I love torture), I read the Head First iphone Development.

The Good:

The book is well laid out
It is by far the "funniest" to read
Tons of graphics to keep your attention and help the text make sense
A fair amount of screen shots so you can compare "your to theirs"
Builds a great application, that is moderately complex, but broken down step by step

The Bad:

The forum absolutely sucks. If you get stuck do not expect any help (check it out yourself, very few if any questions get answered, other than by the person that wrote the question)
Not sure, but feels like chapter 7 on is written by the 'second writer' and the first half of the book is better
From chapter 7 on, the screen shots and directions on what to do exactly become much less clear, the assumption is YOU know what to do (this could be their way of teaching, making you look back to previous chapters and apply skills?)

Overall, I would say this book is very good and helpful with someone who has read a few other started books, has a little programming knowledge or loves programming and computers and 'picks up' this stuff easily.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't let this book fool you, it uses advanced technology to teach you. 5 janvier 2010
Par Mark Hernandez - Publié sur
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Just as there are "Human Interface" concepts and techniques in wide use today, so it goes with the need for "Information Interface." Unfortunately, here in the Information Age, Information Interface just doesn't get the love and respect that it requires. It all comes at you in a big unordered tsunami and it's up to you to find your way through it. That's why I'm particularly keen on the Head First series of books, which takes Information Interface very seriously, in spite of first appearances. Believe me, this is not in any way a book for "dummies." Since Information Interface has been my field of study for the past 20 years, AND I'm an iPhone developer as well, I think that the Head First series is one of the most amazing things to ever come along! And it's a double bonus that there's one introducing iPhone development.

It's critically important that anyone pursuing iPhone development approach it in an orderly fashion, and this is why I agree with the other reviewers that Beginning iPhone 3 Development, along with Head First iPhone Development are the two most important must-have books which any new iPhone developer needs to use. It's my opinion, though, that YOU should decide based on your previous experience whether Head First iPhone Development is the first or the second book you'll go through cover to cover to learn iPhone development in the most quick and efficient way possible. I feel everyone should go through both books cover to cover at a minimum. The authors of Beginning iPhone 3 Development are no slouches either, and have paid incredible attention to your learning experience, albeit in a more traditional fashion.

Both books DO make sure you learn the things you need to know in an orderly fashion. However, Head First iPhone Development is excellent at making you think and making what you learn stick more deeply. It doesn't always hold your hand and helps you learn to fly on your own in gentle ways. It even cleverly avoids telling you some things which will make you wonder, and then later it almost always addresses what you were wondering about. The result is that you'll undoubtedly "love it" and not really know why, just as you love the Mac and iPhone. It all has to do with the fact that we're human beings, psychological creatures, and not machines.

As with ANY programming tutorial, you MUST FIRST go to the book's website and mark up your book with corrections before you even start on page one to avoid spinning your wheels and experiencing unnecessary frustration. It's also a great way to take a quick reconnaissance flight through the whole book as you correct any errors from its "errata" - a tradeoff of all printed material. Just do it and skip complaining about the errors.

As a co-administrator of an online iPhone development forum, I have answered a bazillion questions, and 90% are the result of not approaching your learning curve in an orderly fashion. Books are still the most efficient way for an individual to study. Having the hundreds of videos available to you are also important, but nothing can match an orderly self-paced introduction which delivers instant gratification all along the way that will keep you interested and encouraged, until you finally "get it" and can move ahead on your own. Head First iPhone Development is this developer's favorite programming book of all time, and finally, here in the second decade of the 21st century, "Information Interface" is finally getting some attention. There's far more to do than we realize when we decide to go for writing iPhone apps, and this is a critical piece in your "path of least resistance."
4.0 étoiles sur 5 My favorite so far, a real gem... 3 avril 2010
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Bought a few iPhone dev books but being a fan of HeadFirst Design Patterns I decided to give their iPhone book a try - glad I did!
You have to really sit down with Xcode/InterfaceBuilder and go thru the well-thought out examples. When you do, magic happens as page after page gives you the feeling of having an in-house teacher expecting the questions you are going to ask, along with follow-up questions to each of the answered provided.

One criticism I have is it would have good to have a chapter explaining Cocoa and Interface Builder internals; the info is there but scattered all over as the author does prefer waiting to apply theoretical concepts to specific examples. As an example, archiving NIB files and why subclassing a ViewController to reuse a View work the way it does is explained half way thru the book or what a ViewController is exactly and how it handles a View is a critical MVC concept prominent throughout Cocoa programming. A more thorough brain dump on Objective-C would be good instead of letting the reader find out that default class member access level is protected (the chapter does cover ref counting, so why not a more basic OOD concept?)

I really enjoy going thru that book and it definitely is more pragmatic and more hands-on than the other books from APress.
- Highly recommended!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great intro to iPhone development! 9 avril 2010
Par Allison Schultz - Publié sur
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I found this book to be a really fun way to learn iPhone development. I started trying to comb through Apple's boring documentation and then came across this book. The book takes a great approach to excercises by always starting with the business problem. But these problems aren't boring problems either. It starts out making a Twitter client! As the book goes on, you'll find yourself diving into other business problems that result in really getting a good feel for the iPhone's features including location and images.

My only complaints about this book is that as a Java developer, I didn't feel like it explained some of the Objective C that was going on as fully as I would have liked. However, after digging into an Objective C book after completing this one, I've found that what it's lacking really isn't that much. If I could rate this 4.5 stars only for that fact, I would have. I definitely think that this is a close to five star book if you're looking to start learning iPhone app development, but it's definitely higher than a four star book.

One other suggestion for the authors is that when they update this for iPhone OS4.0, include user coding exercises at the end of the chapter to reinforce the exercises in the chapter.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book with practical examples that you can learn to start developing iPhone apps 3 mars 2013
Par ET - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Prior to this book, I have purchase quite a few number of iphone programming books. I try to follow those book and still unable to start developing my own apps.

After reading this book, I follow the examples and I managed to start develop my own iphone apps. The approach this book takes is different, it look at the entire iphone apps development from a different view. I will highly recommend those who wants to pick up iphone apps development to read this book first.
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