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iOS 6 Foundations

I've written about many aspects of iOS development, but until now I've never written a getting-started book. In a way, that's an advantage, because in the last few releases, iOS and Xcode have changed dramatically. Much of the code that we had to write a year or two ago is no longer necessary. Some of it is provided by the frameworks themselves, but some of it is automatically generated by Xcode which now implements new features of Objective-C.

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Roundtable on June 26, 2012, 11:35: The Inside Scoop on Apps

Jesse and Joe will talk about the inside story of apps (particularly iOS apps). What did the developers talk about at Apple's Developer Conference? What were the apps that Apple singled out for its design awards (and what were their reasons).

 

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Abstraction of App Development

Periodically, we redefine roles and their descriptions in the world of software development. In my first job, we were all programmers except for Dennis who sat in a private office at the end of the hall and, unfailingly, wore a suit and tie. His title was Systems Analyst.

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