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"Next time some kid shows up at my door asking for a code review, this is the book that I am going to throw at him." -Aaron Hillegass, founder of Big Nerd Ranch, Inc., and author of Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X Unlocking the Secrets of Cocoa and Its Object-Oriented Frameworks Mac and iPhone developers are often overwhelmed by the breadth and sophistication of the Cocoa frameworks. Although Cocoa is indeed huge, once you understand the object-oriented patterns it uses, you'll find it remarkably elegant, consistent, and simple. Cocoa Design Patterns begins with the mother of all patterns: the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern, which is central to all Mac and iPhone development. Encouraged, and in some cases enforced by Apple's tools, it's important to have a firm grasp of MVC right from the start. The book's midsection is a catalog of the essential design patterns you'll encounter in Cocoa, including * Fundamental patterns, such as enumerators, accessors, and two-stage creation * Patterns that empower, such as singleton, delegates, and the responder chain * Patterns that hide complexity, including bundles, class clusters, proxies and forwarding, and controllers And that's not all of them! Cocoa Design Patterns painstakingly isolates 28 design patterns, accompanied with real-world examples and sample code you can apply to your applications today. The book wraps up with coverage of Core Data models, AppKit views, and a chapter on Bindings and Controllers. Cocoa Design Patterns clearly defines the problems each pattern solves with a foundation in Objective-C and the Cocoa frameworks and can be used by any Mac or iPhone developer.
|Utgitt||2009||Forfatter||Donald A. Yacktman, Erik M. Buck|
Pearson Addision Wesley Prof
|Antall sider||456||Dimensjoner||17,9cm x 23,2cm x 2,4cm|
|Vekt||752 gram||Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd|
|Emner og form||Programming & scripting languages: general, Systems analysis & design, Macintosh programming|