The Web Designer's Guide to iOS Apps: Create iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps with Web Standards (HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript) by Kristofer Layon

The Web Designer's Guide to iOS Apps: Create iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps with Web Standards…

byKristofer Layon

Kobo ebook | December 2, 2010

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If you are a designer who knows HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, you can easily learn how to make native iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps—and distribute them worldwide via the App Store.

When combined with an Objective-C framework, web standards can be used to format and style content for iOS, using native controls and behaviors for an authentic Apple user experience.
 
The Web Designer’s Guide to iOS Apps shows how to create apps using NimbleKit, the Objective-C framework featured on the Apple Development Tools web site. With it you’ll learn how to:
  • Download and install the free software for creating iOS apps
  • Use Xcode to manage project assets, test apps, and package binary files
  • Implement standard iOS elements and behaviors for familiar Apple mobile user experiences
  • Enhance your app designs with HTML5 and CSS3
  • Build a foundation for designing web apps that can be delivered to other smartphones and mobile devices
Title:The Web Designer's Guide to iOS Apps: Create iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps with Web Standards…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:December 2, 2010Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0132562847

ISBN - 13:9780132562843

Customer Reviews of The Web Designer's Guide to iOS Apps: Create iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps with Web Standards (HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript)

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not for Me On page 16 the author explains that you must buy a MacIntosh Computer to use his code. That should have been on the first page of the promotional material. I tried to confirm this at the author's web site but got no reply after 10 days. I also attempted to contact the publisher "Easy Rider" using their comment screen only to find that their email address no longer worked. I went to another forum that confirmed that the book could not be used with a PC. The good news is I got a full refund from Chapters.
Date published: 2013-01-10