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IOS 7 Programming Cookbookby Vandad Nahavandipoor.
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Overcome the vexing issues youre likely to face when creating apps for the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. With new and thoroughly revised recipes in this updated cookbook, youll quickly learn the steps necessary to work with the iOS 7 SDK, including solutions for bringing real-world physics and movement to your apps with UIKit Dynamics APIs.
Youll learn hundreds of techniques for storing and protecting data, sending and receiving notifications, enhancing and animating graphics, managing files and folders, and many other options. Each recipe includes sample code you can use right away.
About the Author
Vandad Nahavandipoor has developed software using Cocoa, Cocoa Touch, Assembly, Delphi, and .NET for many years. As a staff member of a company that is a global leader in mobile money solutions in London, he has worked with some of the world's biggest brands--such as Visa and US Bank--to deliver mobile applications to their customers. Vandad brings an interest in management, leadership and entrepreneurship to his work, believing in the synergy that is achieved as a result of cooperation and working together in a team.
Table of Contents
PrefaceChapter 1: Implementing Controllers and ViewsChapter 2: Creating Dynamic and Interactive User InterfacesChapter 3: Auto Layout and the Visual Format LanguageChapter 4: Constructing and Using Table ViewsChapter 5: Building Complex Layouts with Collection ViewsChapter 6: StoryboardsChapter 7: ConcurrencyChapter 8: SecurityChapter 9: Core Location and MapsChapter 10: Implementing Gesture RecognizersChapter 11: Networking, JSON, XML, and SharingChapter 12: Audio and VideoChapter 13: Address BookChapter 14: Files and Folder ManagementChapter 15: Camera and the Photo LibraryChapter 16: MultitaskingChapter 17: NotificationsChapter 18: Core DataChapter 19: Dates, Calendars, and EventsChapter 20: Graphics and AnimationsChapter 21: Core MotionChapter 22: iCloudChapter 23: Pass KitColophon
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