Learn Objective-C on the Macintosh

ISBN: 0977784258

Category: Technical

Tag: Mac OS X


Posted on 2007-06-13, updated at 2008-01-08. By anonymous.

Description


Take your coding skills to the next level with this extensive guide to Objective-C, Apple's programming language for developing sophisticated software applications for Mac OS X.



Objective-C is a powerful extension of C, making this book the perfect follow-up to Dave Mark's best-selling Learn C on the Macintosh (Mac OS X Edition). Whether you're an experienced C programmer or you're coming from a different language such as C   or Java, leading Mac experts Mark Dalrymple and Scott Knaster show you how to harness the powers of Objective-C in your applications!



Edited by acclaimed author Dave Mark and packed with time-saving source code examples, this is the definitive guide to Objective-C for Xcode developers!



Includes:



A complete course on the basics of Objective-C using Apple's free Xcode tools.

An introduction to object-oriented programming.

Comprehensive coverage of Inheritance, Composition, Object Initialization, Categories, Protocols, memory management and organizing source files.

A brief tour of Cocoa's Foundation framework and AppKit.

A helpful "learning curve" guide for non-C developers (Appendix A).

Book Info:
Published in 2006
Published by SpiderWorks
Author Mark Dalrymple
ISBN 0977784258  Size 4.64MB





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