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Beginning iOS Programming For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Although iOS powers only about 13 percent of smartphone users in the U.S., its programs have a usage share of 55 percent when you consider the heavy traffic over the Internet and that iOS devices are bought [more…]

Going Beyond OO Using Aspect-Oriented Programming

Object-oriented (OO) techniques are built upon the principle that like responsibilities and concerns can be cohesively grouped together and encapsulated into one entity — such as a class. However, some [more…]

Cellular Protocols — A Primer

If you’re doing any mobile app development, or anything at all with mobile devices, you've surely noticed the terms 1G, 2G, 3G, and now 4G and 4G LTE. Here’s what these terms mean: [more…]

Adding a Server-Side Component to Your Mobile App

No longer is a mobile device its own ecosystem. Instead, it needs to integrate with services on the cloud to make use of services there — such as location services and mapping services from Apple, weather [more…]

10 Trends in Mobile Computing

Here are ten global trends in mobile computing that you ought to take advantage of if you're thinking about developing an app for commercial use. [more…]

Source Code, Bonus Chapter, and Links from Beginning iOS Programming For Dummies

Click here for the downloadable source code from Beginning iOS Programming For Dummies. Use this code to work along with examples in the book. You'll also find a bonus chapter of interesting iOS programs [more…]

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