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Beginning Xcode.

By: Knott, Matthew.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2014Description: 1 online resource (535 p.).ISBN: 9781430257448.Subject(s): Application software -- Development | Computer software -- Development | Operating systems (Computers) | XcodeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Beginning XcodeDDC classification: 005.31 | 005.4 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents at a Glance; Introduction; Part 1: Getting Acquainted; Chapter 1: Welcome to Xcode; What Is Xcode?; Why Choose Xcode?; Prior Assumptions; What's Covered in This Book; Part 1: Getting Acquainted; Part 2: Diving Deeper; Getting and Installing Xcode; Firing Up Xcode; Apple's Resources for Developers; The Dev Center; Your Developer Account; Additional Resources; Summary; Chapter 2: Diving Right In; Creating Your First Xcode Project; The Project; Designing the Interface; Making Connections; Running and Testing; Adding Files; Summary; Chapter 3: Project Templates and Getting Around
Project TemplatesMaster Detail View; OpenGL Game; Page-Based Application; Single View Application; Tabbed Application; Utility Application; Empty Application; SpriteKit Game; Template Selection; Getting Around; Navigators; Toolbar; Editor; Standard Editor; Assistant Editor; Version Editor; Utilities; Configuring the Application Delegate; Adding a Second View Controller; Debugging Area; Summary; Chapter 4: Building Interfaces; Getting Ready; Before You Start . . .; Building the Interface; Setting the Tab Icons; Tracking Location with the Track It Tab; UITextViews and UISwitches
Adding Frameworks and LibrariesSimulating Location; Mixing Colors with the Slide It Tab; The UITextViewDelegate Implementation; Adding "Off the Menu" Controls; UIAlertView and UIActionSheet; Building the Action Tab Interface; Changing the Interface with Code; Buttons and iOS 7; Summary; Chapter 5: Getting Help and Code Completion; Getting Help; Creating the Project; Downloading Additional Documentation; Quick Help; Documentation Viewer vs. Documentation Organizer; Documentation Viewer; Toolbar; The Navigator Sidebar; Adding a Bookmark; Viewing Your Bookmarks; The Table of Contents Sidebar
Quickly Accessing DocumentationApple's Web Site; Code Completion; The Header File; The Implementation File; Sending a Text Message; Building the Interface; Making Connections; Adding the Message Framework; Summary; Chapter 6: Constraints; Understanding Auto Layout; Building an Authentication View; Design Considerations; Manually Adding Constraints; Specifying Constraints with the Align Menu; Specifying Constraints with the Pin Menu; Automatically Adding Constraints; Adding Missing Constraints; Updating Constraints; Previewing Your Layout; Preview Using Interface Builder
Preview Using the Preview ToolFinishing Touches; Customizing Text Fields; Hiding Passwords; Configuring a Text Field for Email Addresses; Navigating Forms; Summary; Part 2: Diving Deeper; Chapter 7: Storyboards; A Brief History of Storyboards; Creating a New Project Called SocialApp; Creating View Controllers; The Model-View-Controller Design Pattern; Subclassing UIViewController; Subclassing UITableViewController; Pairing the View to the Controller; Understanding Inheritance; Building up the Storyboard; Linking Scenes and Building Interfaces; What Are Segues ?; Adding a Navigation Controller
Creating an Interface for Feed View Controller
Summary: Written in plain English and based on successful client engagements, Data Modeling of Financial Derivatives: A Conceptual Approach introduces new and veteran data modelers, financial analysts, and IT professionals to the fascinating world of financial derivatives. Covering futures, forwards, options, swaps, and forward rate agreements, finance and modeling expert Robert Mamayev shows you step-by-step how to structure and describe financial data using advanced data modeling techniques.?? The book introduces IT professionals, in particular, to various financial and data modeling concepts that th
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Contents at a Glance; Introduction; Part 1: Getting Acquainted; Chapter 1: Welcome to Xcode; What Is Xcode?; Why Choose Xcode?; Prior Assumptions; What's Covered in This Book; Part 1: Getting Acquainted; Part 2: Diving Deeper; Getting and Installing Xcode; Firing Up Xcode; Apple's Resources for Developers; The Dev Center; Your Developer Account; Additional Resources; Summary; Chapter 2: Diving Right In; Creating Your First Xcode Project; The Project; Designing the Interface; Making Connections; Running and Testing; Adding Files; Summary; Chapter 3: Project Templates and Getting Around

Project TemplatesMaster Detail View; OpenGL Game; Page-Based Application; Single View Application; Tabbed Application; Utility Application; Empty Application; SpriteKit Game; Template Selection; Getting Around; Navigators; Toolbar; Editor; Standard Editor; Assistant Editor; Version Editor; Utilities; Configuring the Application Delegate; Adding a Second View Controller; Debugging Area; Summary; Chapter 4: Building Interfaces; Getting Ready; Before You Start . . .; Building the Interface; Setting the Tab Icons; Tracking Location with the Track It Tab; UITextViews and UISwitches

Adding Frameworks and LibrariesSimulating Location; Mixing Colors with the Slide It Tab; The UITextViewDelegate Implementation; Adding "Off the Menu" Controls; UIAlertView and UIActionSheet; Building the Action Tab Interface; Changing the Interface with Code; Buttons and iOS 7; Summary; Chapter 5: Getting Help and Code Completion; Getting Help; Creating the Project; Downloading Additional Documentation; Quick Help; Documentation Viewer vs. Documentation Organizer; Documentation Viewer; Toolbar; The Navigator Sidebar; Adding a Bookmark; Viewing Your Bookmarks; The Table of Contents Sidebar

Quickly Accessing DocumentationApple's Web Site; Code Completion; The Header File; The Implementation File; Sending a Text Message; Building the Interface; Making Connections; Adding the Message Framework; Summary; Chapter 6: Constraints; Understanding Auto Layout; Building an Authentication View; Design Considerations; Manually Adding Constraints; Specifying Constraints with the Align Menu; Specifying Constraints with the Pin Menu; Automatically Adding Constraints; Adding Missing Constraints; Updating Constraints; Previewing Your Layout; Preview Using Interface Builder

Preview Using the Preview ToolFinishing Touches; Customizing Text Fields; Hiding Passwords; Configuring a Text Field for Email Addresses; Navigating Forms; Summary; Part 2: Diving Deeper; Chapter 7: Storyboards; A Brief History of Storyboards; Creating a New Project Called SocialApp; Creating View Controllers; The Model-View-Controller Design Pattern; Subclassing UIViewController; Subclassing UITableViewController; Pairing the View to the Controller; Understanding Inheritance; Building up the Storyboard; Linking Scenes and Building Interfaces; What Are Segues ?; Adding a Navigation Controller

Creating an Interface for Feed View Controller

Written in plain English and based on successful client engagements, Data Modeling of Financial Derivatives: A Conceptual Approach introduces new and veteran data modelers, financial analysts, and IT professionals to the fascinating world of financial derivatives. Covering futures, forwards, options, swaps, and forward rate agreements, finance and modeling expert Robert Mamayev shows you step-by-step how to structure and describe financial data using advanced data modeling techniques.?? The book introduces IT professionals, in particular, to various financial and data modeling concepts that th

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Matthew Knott has been writing code for as long as he can remember; from marveling at moving pixels on a BBC Micro to writing ridiculous text adventures for his Mother on an overheating ZX Spectrum 48k. Matthew has been a professional software developer for the last 12 years, the last 6 of which have been spent in the education sector where he has now entered the sometimes-scary world of management, although when they see the mess he made of the budget that won't last long. Matthew's work and hobby is basically the same thing, but when he's not working, he is loving life in a beautiful part of Wales with his Wife Lisa, and two kids Mikey and Charlotte.

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