Develop State-of-the-Art iPhone/iPad Apps with MonoTouch and .NET! Are you an experienced C#/.NET developer who wants to reach the huge iPhone/iPad market? Now, you can create great iOS apps without first mastering Objective-C and Appleas development toolset. With MonoTouch, you can leverage the skills you already have to create powerful apps that can be sold in Appleas App Store or deployed throughout your organization. In Learning MonoTouch, Michael Bluestein helps you get started with MonoTouch fast and make the most of its remarkably robust capabilities. The book first walks you through setting up your MonoTouch development environment, explaining how MonoTouch abstracts the iOS SDK to permit development against native iOS classes from C#. Through simple examples, youall start building working apps, establishing a firm foundation for more advanced coding. One step at a time, youall master increasingly sophisticated cases through practical examples. Bluestein even shows you how to leverage powerful .NET tools in your iOS apps, including LINQ. Coverage includes ac Applying common iOS development patterns and techniques in C# ac Using MonoTouch to handle memory management and garbage collection ac Structuring MonoTouch apps for the MVC design pattern ac Making the most of iOS user interface classes ac Leveraging the address book, camera access, email, and iOS media features ac Customizing tables and navigation for richer experiences and better performance ac Accessing the iOS Core Graphics and Core Animation subsystems ac Building iOS location-based applications with Core Location and MapKit ac Consuming web services from MonoTouch ac Integrating iOS and .NET networking capabilities ac Saving data with the ADO.NET provider to SQLite, .NET serialization, and NSUserDefaults All code samples are available for download at github.com/mikebluestein.very different user experience than you may be used to coming from a Microsoft development background. We have a ... To be able to connect the object in the xib to code, we added an outlet for a UILabel to the AppDelegate in IB. Whata#39;s left anbsp;...
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