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iOS-Framework: Einführung in MKNetworkKit (German Translation of MKNetworkKit documentation)

iOS-Framework: Einführung in MKNetworkKit (German Translation of MKNetworkKit documentation)

Translation by Jonas Pencke (@jonaspencke) iOS-Framework: Einführung in MKNetworkKit Wie genial wäre es, wenn sich ein Networking-Framework automatisch ums Cachen der Antworten kümmern würde? Wie genial wäre es, wenn sich ein Networking-Framework automatisch alle noch auszuführenden Operationen merken würde, wenn der Client offline geht? Im Offline-Zustand könnten somit Tweets favorisiert oder Feeds als gelesen markiert werden und...

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iOS 6 Programming Pushing the Limits

Update As on 16th November, this book is published. More details here. The iOS 5 Programming Pushing the Limits book by Rob and I has been one of the successful of iOS Programming books. It covered the advanced techniques that most developers don’t find online on blogs, tutorial sites (including mine) or Stackoverflow. Today, I’m pleased to announce that work for the second edition is complete and it will be published by Wiley...

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Introducing MKFoundation. Say hello to the Objective-C runtime

On most of the apps I develop, I usually have my own foundation classes, MKViewController, MKButton, MKLabel, MKThis and MKThat. One of the most often used/abused class is the MKObject class. This is the burial ground for methods that don’t fit elsewhere. MKObject is a subclass of NSObject that adds convenient methods that I believe should be provided by Apple themselves. I wrote some methods, categories on MKObject that would allow...

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iOS5 Programming: Pushing the limits book updates

iOS5 Programming: Pushing the limits Rob and myself created a new website, iosptl.com where we will be posting minor updates to the book and other relevant information that might be of use to iOS developers. iOS is a cutting edge technology. Like everything on the cutting edge, it’s constantly growing and changing. A book captures a moment in time, and iOS:PTL captured the state of the art during the iOS 5 beta in 2011. Most things...

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iOS Framework: Introducing MKNetworkKit

This article is available in Serbo-Croatian,  Japanese, German and French. (Translations in Serbo-Croatian by Jovana Milutinovich, Japanese by @noradaiko, German by Jonas Pencke (@jonaspencke) and French by Anna Chekovsky) Translations in other languages are welcome!   How awesome would it be if a networking framework automatically takes care of caching responses for you? How awesome would it be if a networking framework...

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Introducing my book: iOS 5 Programming Pushing the Limits

Introducing my book: iOS 5 Programming Pushing the Limits

iOS 5 Programming: Pushing the Limits iOS 5 Programming Pushing the Limits Developing Extraordinary Mobile Apps for Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch I’m pleased to announce that I’ve completed my book on advanced iOS 5 programming. The book will be published by Wiley later this year and is available for pre-order from amazon. I co-authored this book with Rob Napier and we started working on this around 6 months ago. Bulk of...

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