Xcode 5 Developer Reference

Xcode 5 Developer Reference
Xcode 5 Developer Reference is published by in May 2014. This book has 576 pages in English, ISBN-13 9781118834336.

Design, code, and build amazing apps with Xcode 5

Thanks to Apple’s awesome Xcode development environment, you can create the next big app for Macs, iPhones, iPads, or iPod touches. Xcode 5 contains gigabytes of great stuff to help you develop for both OS X and iOS devices – things like sample code, utilities, companion applications, documentation, and more. And with Xcode 5 Developer Reference, you now have the ultimate step-by-step guide to it all. Immerse yourself in the heady and lucrative world of Apple app development, see how to tame the latest features and functions, and find loads of smart tips and guidance with this practical book.

  • Shows developers how to use Xcode 5 to create apps for OS X and the whole family of iOS devices, including the latest iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches
  • Covers the Xcode rapid development environment in detail, including utilities, companion applications, and more
  • Includes a companion website with sample code and other helpful files
  • Written by an experienced developer and Apple-focused journalist with solid experience in teaching Apple development

If you want to create killer Apple apps with Xcode 5, start with Xcode 5 Developer Reference!

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2 Responses

  1. jo says:

    Almost half GB for single PDF?! Is this a joke?

  2. Zussana says:

    @ jo

    Don’t be such an ungrateful basket.

    This PDF book is 465 MB because it has a legible color screen capture image on nearly every page, and the text within the image are crystal clear upon zooming in onto the image.

    The ePub in comparison is a measly 38 MB, and the images are tragically down-sampled by publisher.

    If one reads book comments on Amaz0n, one would realize how rubbishly appalling the MOBI format is for books (other than literary works) by virtue of commenters totally disgruntled by the poor image quality and terrible page layout, making for an atrocious reading experience.

    The same applies to the ePub file format. Both ePub and MOBI are hopeless book formats, and the Kindle and other tablet readers are a waste of money.

    In addition, the iPad is the biggest con going. It can’t do jack.

    The PDF is the best for books. Faithful in every way to the real physical book.

    @ BookDL

    BookDL, we love you and your new beautiful site. Super ultra mega awesome. 🙂

    Could you please RAR book PDFs that are >35 MB so that they becomes easier and smaller to download. Thanks.

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