Professional iPhone and iPod touch Programming: Building Applications for Mobile Safari

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Wiley, Apr 28, 2008 - Computers - 284 pages
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The Safari-exclusive applications for iPhone and iPod touch assemble various elements, and this book shows you how to integrate these elements with key design concepts and principles in order to develop a highly usable interface for the touch screen. You’ll learn to use existing open-source libraries in your code, imitate the overall look and feel of built-in Apple applications, and migrate existing Web 2.0 apps and sites to this new mobile platform. By the end of the book, you’ll feel untouchable as you create a custom mobile application from scratch.

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It's a nice, well-written book, however it suffers from a little aging, and too much focus on the Apple platform.Not that there's anything wrong with targeting Apple devices primarily, but as an ... Read full review

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Richard Wagner is an experienced Web designer and developer as well as author of several Web - related books on the underlying technologies of the Mobile Safari platform. These books include XSLT For Dummies , Creating Web Pages All - In - One Desk Reference For Dummies , XML All - In - One Desk Reference For Dummies , Web Design Before & After Makeovers , and JavaScript Unleashed (1st, 2nd ed.). Before moving into full - time authoring, Richard was an experienced programmer and head of engineering. He was also inventor and chief architect of the award - winning NetObjects ScriptBuilder. A versatile author with a wide range of interests, he is also author of The Myth of Happiness . Richard can be located online at tech.digitalwalk.net .

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