Ry's Objective-C Tutorial (Ryan Hodson)

 
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Ry's Objective-C Tutorial (Ryan Hodson)

This book offers newbies to the Objective-C programming language both a succinct quick reference and a thorough introduction.

Each language feature is explained step-by-step, using practical examples to illustrate difficult programming ideas.

One of the native programming languages for the iOS and OS X operating systems from Apple is Objective-C. It is a general-purpose, compiled language that can create anything from domain-specific libraries to animated graphical user interfaces. You'll comprehend fundamental language structures, critical memory-management strategies, and many of the built-in Objective-C data types by the end of this session, including NSNumber, NSArray, and NSDate.

This lesson does not cover the creation of iOS or Mac apps; it only covers the programming language. Although you won't be able to produce your own iPad apps after taking this course, you will be very well-prepared to do so. If you're interested in developing Mac apps, don't forget to look over Ry's Cocoa Tutorial.

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Author(s)
About the Authors
Ryan is a Boulder, Colorado-based technical author and developer. He has created everything from Git documentation to Flash visualizations while working for NCSA, Beyond Design, Syncfusion, and Atlassian. Each year, his writing is read by hundreds of thousands of developers thanks to RyPress.com and freelancing work.
Publisher
Published
Published Date / Year
(2014)
eBook Format
ePub (169 pages)
ISBN-13
978-0985072339

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