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An enormous demand exists for getting iPhone applications into the enterprise and this book guides you through all the necessary steps for integrating an iPhone app within an existing enterprise. Experienced iPhone developers will learn how to take advantage of the built-in capabilities ...
An enormous demand exists for getting iPhone applications into the enterprise and this book guides you through all the necessary steps for integrating an iPhone app within an existing enterprise. Experienced iPhone developers will learn how to take advantage of the built-in capabilities of the iPhone to confidently implement a data-driven application for the iPhone.
Professional iPhone and iPad Database Application Programming gets you up to speed on developing data-driven applications for the iPhone.
PART I: MANIPULATING AND DISPLAYING DATA ON THE IPHONE AND IPAD.
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCING DATA-DRIVEN APPLICATIONS.
CHAPTER 2: THE IPHONE AND IPAD DATABASE: SQLITE.
CHAPTER 3: DISPLAYING YOUR DATA: THE UITABLEVIEW.
CHAPTER 4: IPAD INTERFACE ELEMENTS.
PART II: MANAGING YOUR DATA WITH CORE DATA.
CHAPTER 5: INTRODUCING CORE DATA.
CHAPTER 6: MODELING DATA IN XCODE.
CHAPTER 7: BUILDING A CORE DATA APPLICATION.
CHAPTER 8: CORE DATA–RELATED COCOA FEATURES.
CHAPTER 9: CORE DATA MIGRATION AND PERFORMANCE.
PART III: APPLICATION INTEGRATION USING WEB SERVICES.
CHAPTER 10: WORKING WITH XML ON THE IPHONE.
CHAPTER 11: INTEGRATING WITH WEB SERVICES.
APPENDIX A: TOOLS FOR TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR APPLICATIONS.
Posted December 28, 2012
Posted March 14, 2011
Alessi has written a very concise guide to developing data-oriented applications for iOS. It's complete and easy to read, but it works on several levels. I don't think an absolute beginner would understand all the design patterns and architecture, but the code is here that can be modified to your needs with no more than basic object oriented programming experience. Experienced professionals will get the higher level discussion that's along side the working code examples and will be able to build complex data-driven applications given the insights gained. If you have some experience developing with object oriented language, especially C/C++, you'll quickly learn basic iOS application development by working through Alessi's book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.