Published: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley Pub., c2011 Series:--For dummies, Edition: 2nd ed Description: xviii, 534 p. : ill. ; 24 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9780470920503 (pbk.) :, 0470920505 (pbk.), 0470920505 :, Language: English
Provides information on creating applications for the iPad, covering such topics as using Xcode, becoming a registered developer, working with the multi-touch interface, and submitting and selling apps in the App Store
Planning the killer app. What makes a killer iPad app ; Creating a compelling user experience ; The App Store is not enough -- Becoming a real developer. Enlisting in the developer corps ; Getting to know the SDK ; Death, taxes, and iPad provisioning -- Understanding how apps work. Looking behind the screen ; Understanding how an app runs -- Building deep thoughts. Building the user interface ; Animating the view ; Adding user settings and gestures ; Getting the bugs out -- Building an industrial-strength application. Designing your application ; Working with split view controllers and the master view ; Finding your way ; Adding the stuff ; Printing from your iPad app ; Providing content in the master view ; Enhancing the user experience -- The part of tens. Ten tips on iPad app design ; Ten ways to be a happy developer
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