Pro iPhone Development with Swift 5 2nd Ed (Apress)
Wednesday, 10 July 2019

In this follow up work to the introductory Beginning iPhone Development with Swift, Wallace Wang gives tips for organizing and debugging Swift code, using multi-threaded programming with Grand Central Dispatch, passing data between view controllers, and designing apps for multiple languages. The book also covers how to play audio and video files, access the camera and save pictures to the Photos library, use location services to pinpoint your position on a map, display web pages, and create animation to spice up any user interface.

<ASIN:1484249437>

 

Author: Wallace Wang
Publisher: Apress
Date: June 2019
Pages: 608
ISBN: 978-1484249437
Print: 1484249437
Kindle: B07T9KV28D
Audience: iPhone developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Phone/mobile 

 

  • Save and retrieve data when apps close or get pushed in the background
  • Recognize speech with Apple’s advanced frameworks 
  • Create augmented reality apps
  • Understand spoken commands with Siri

 

 

For more Book Watch just click.

Book Watch is I Programmer's listing of new books and is compiled using publishers' publicity material. It is not to be read as a review where we provide an independent assessment. Some, but by no means all, of the books in Book Watch are eventually reviewed.

To have new titles included in Book Watch contact  BookWatch@i-programmer.info

Follow @bookwatchiprog on Twitter or subscribe to I Programmer's Books RSS feed for each day's new addition to Book Watch and for new reviews.

 

 

Banner
 


Modern Web Development

Author: Dino Esposito
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Pages: 448 
ISBN: 978-1509300013
Print: 1509300015
Kindle: B01C33LL6I
Audience: ASP .NET developers
Rating: 5
Reviewer: Mike James

Modern web development from a Microsoft point of view is a mystery to many. Can this book  [ ... ]



Developing Quality Technical Information

Authors: Michelle Carey et al
Publisher: IBM Press
Pages: 624
ISBN: 978-0133118971
Print: 0133118975
Kindle: B00L7ZKJ26
Audience: Those who produce technical documentation
Rating: 3.5
Reviewer: Kay Ewbank

This book gives clear and well written advice on how to write technical documentation, though yo [ ... ]


More Reviews