This book will give you a thorough grounding in the principal and supporting tools and technologies that make up the Xcode developer tools suite. Apple has provided a comprehensive collection of developer tools, and this is the first book to examine the complete Apple programming environment for both Mac OS X and iPhone.
- Comprehensive coverage of all the Xcode developer tools
- Additional coverage of useful third-party development tools
- Not just a survey of features, but a serious examination of the complete development process for Mac OS X and iPhone applications
- The book is holistic, providing a comprehensive sweep across the available development tools.
- The book is structured, taking a logical and progressive journey from the basics to a firm understanding of the purposes, benefits, and limitations of each component of Xcodes developer tools.
- The tone is friendly and accessiblewe wouldnt have it any other way.
- The book fills a nichethere is no other single book that focuses on this collection of developer tools.
All Mac OS X and iPhone developers who want to develop applications more efficiently by taking advantage of all the tools Apple offers in its Xcode suite, as well as many indispensable third-party tools.Table of Contents
- Introducing Xcode Tools for Mac OS X and the iPhone
- Introducing the Xcode Workspace 9 Interface Builder
- Core iPhone Tools
- Frameworks in Xcode
- Model-View-Controller in Xcode
- Debugging Your Xcode Projects
- Xcode Documentation
- Developing an Application
- Source-Code Management with Subversion
- Unit Testing in Xcode
- Monitoring, Analysis, and Performance Tools
- Support Tools for the Busy Developer
- Usability and Accessibility
- Packaging and Distribution
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About the Author
Ian Piper runs a small information management consultancy business in the U.K., advising government and commercial clients on strategies for development of information management systems. His company also builds bespoke Mac-based software and CMS-based websites for a wide range of clients.
In previous lives, Piper headed up technology and knowledge management departments in public and private sector organisations. He laid hands on his first Mac in 1986, and aside from a couple of falls from grace in the dark days of the mid-1990s, has been an Apple technology stalwart ever since.
Piper lives, and whenever possible, works, in a small market town in Warwickshire, U.K. When not working, his time is spent climbing and photographing mountains and raising two young children.
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