Flying with Objective-C - iOS App Development for Non-Programmers - Kevin J McNeish

Flying with Objective-C - iOS App Development for Non-Programmers

By Kevin J McNeish

  • Release Date: 2015-08-09
  • Genre: Programming
  • Book: Flying with Objective-C - iOS App Development for Non-Programmers
Flying with Objective-C - iOS App Development for Non-Programmers book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 32 Ratings)

Flying with Objective-C - iOS App Development for Non-Programmers Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Flying with Objective-C - iOS App Development for Non-Programmers is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.

User reviews about the book

  • The best for learning objective C

    5
    By ssamadgh
    I searched a lot to find a book or course to learning Xcode and these series of books are the best one I found. Without a doubt!
  • So helpful

    5
    By ergrl611
    I have struggled for months trying to understand Objective-C, and this book has made it so easy to understand.
  • Easy to Learn Objective C!

    5
    By totherevolution
    I really like Kevin's teachings in this book! He's given a whole knew take on learning in an easy to understand and unique teaching approach to understanding Apple's native computer language, Objective C, for building apps. This iBook is a must have! Start learning Objective C the way it was meant to be taught. Thanks Kevin.
  • The best programming book for beginner

    5
    By Masdani
    Hoping available for mac OS X ibooks
  • Best Book on Objective-C

    5
    By Rouviere Media
    I have read many books on Objective-C and nobody explains it as clearly as Kevin McNeish. His examples work, the topics are clear and build on each other and each one increases your understanding of the subject. Kevin is an excellent teacher. This book costs more in iBooks than for the Kindle, but the difference in layout is worth the extra few dollars. Kevin obviously put a lot of effort into creating a book that combines form and function.
  • Amazing

    5
    By Gorshnitzle
    Amazing
  • Really Great Beginner's Objective-C Book!

    5
    By r.c.greti
    I have been studying Objective-C now for a while and I have many books on the subject, but none go into such details as this book does, in explaining difficult concepts in simple terms … and there are examples & videos to further help. This is a great beginners book on Objective-C that can be used later as a reference to go back to when studying the more advanced subjects. We are really lucky that the author took the time and effort to develop this series of easy to understand books!
  • Simply the Best way for Beginners to Learn Objective-C

    5
    By Jroe6352
    I'm a hardware / IT guy not a developer but I've always wanted to code my own projects. Fresh off of creating my first prototype application in record time from Book 1 I delved into Book 2. While this book covers the deeper topic of Objective C it does so with the same simple easy to understand style of the first book. Simply no better book exists for a beginner to learn to program in Objective C.
  • Fantastic Coverage of Objective-C!

    5
    By MDRunner
    I have been trying to learn Objective-C for over a year now and have tried the Dummies and Big Nerd Ranch books with no success. I decided to give this book a try and I am excited to FINALLY understand Objective-C! The explanations are at exactly the right level for a non-programmer. The videos at the end of each chapter show you how to solve each of the exercises and are an incredible aid in fully understanding all of the information in each chapter. I can't wait to get Book 3!
  • Great Objective-C book for beginners

    5
    By BeBopDeluxe
    Contains great examples and easy to understand writing style. Fully explains each topic in concise & coherent way without confusing or leaving gaps for the reader to fill in on their own. Great understanding of what a beginner needs to know, along with giving additional background information to help their learning process. He doesn't lose focus of the non-programmer's perspective and doesn't assume they have knowledge of other OO languages.

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