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Old September 12 2011, 06:33 PM   #1
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IOS development books?

Hello,
I am looking for a good instructional book on IOS development or Xcode. I go into my local Barnes and Nobles and there are many different books all with different angles. So Im Confused...
I have been studying C++ (for basic PC programming) and also messing around with Xcode. So Im looking for a good basic book for IOS development or even Xcode or C++. Any ideas
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Old September 12 2011, 06:37 PM   #2
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Re: IOS development books?

If you're just looking for code references, I would buy whatever books best match your learning style.

I tend to think the hard part of developing for iOS is designing for mobile devices. To help with that, I recommend taking one of Sarah Parmenter's workshops.

Good luck!
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