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  • Title Ry's Objective-C Tutorial
  • Author(s) Ryan Hodson
  • Publisher: Smashwords (2014)
  • Paperback N/A
  • eBook ePub (169 pages)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10/ASIN: N/A
  • ISBN-13: 978-0985072339
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Book Description

This book serves as both a concise quick-reference and a comprehensive introduction for newcomers to the Objective-C programming language. It walks through each language feature step-by-step, explaining complex programming concepts via hands-on examples.

Objective-C is one of the native programming languages for Apple's iOS and OS X operating systems. It's a compiled, general-purpose language capable of building everything from command line utilities to animated GUIs to domain-specific libraries. By the end of this tutorial, you'll understand basic language constructs, important memory-management techniques, and many of the built-in Objective-C data types like NSNumber, NSArray, and NSDate.

This tutorial focuses solely on the programming language, rather than on iOS or Mac App development. You won't walk away with the ability to create your own iPad apps, but you will be incredibly prepared to continue down that path. Also be sure to check out Ry's Cocoa Tutorial if you're interested in Mac App development.

About the Authors
  • Ryan is a technical author and developer based in Boulder, CO. He's worked for NCSA, Beyond Design, Syncfusion, and Atlassian, creating everything from Flash visualizations to Git documentation. Between and freelance work, his writing reaches hundreds of thousands of developers a year.
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