Cocoa Programming Fundamentals LiveLessons Bundle by David Chisnall
M4V | h264 1627kbps | English | 960◊540 | 29.97fps | 1h 44 mins | aac stereo 160kbps - DeBTiSO (2011) | ISO | 1.34 GB
Master Cocoa programming fast: get 8 hours of video training plus the most authoritative book on Cocoa together, in one value-priced bundle!
* Provides the most in-depth guide to Cocoa available anywhere - essential for anyone developing apps for OS X or the iPhone.
* Bundle includes the Cocoa Programming Fundamentals LiveLesson DVDbased video training plus the book , ISBN 9780321639639 Cocoa Programming Developerís Handbook.
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Cocoa Programming LiveLessons Bundle gives Mac OS X programmers all the knowledge and techniques they need to produce powerful full-featured Cocoa applications. It presents the wisdom and design experience of one of the worldís most experienced Cocoa developers, and includes technical information and insights available from no other source. A $210 value, Cocoa Programming Fundamentals LiveLessons Bundle gives you instant skills, answers and solutions from 8+ hours of easy DVD video LiveLessons plus even deeper insights from David Chisnallís outstanding guide to real-world Cocoa programming. This bundleís video lessons focus on exactly what developers need to know, helping them master new skills fast, and put them to work immediately. Developers can watch and learn todayís best techniques for virtually every facet of Cocoa development, from dynamic layouts and drawing to multimedia, animation, and 3D, system integration to application porting. For even more powerful solutions, turn to Chisnallís 9780321639639, the most complete guide to Cocoa programming for Mac OS X. Packed with proven wisdom about issues ranging from user interface design to concurrency, itís the only Cocoa book experienced developers will ever need.
David Chisnall has in-depth knowledge of Cocoa as both implementer and developer. As co-founder of the Etoile project to build an open source desktop environment atop GNUstep, he has created a new Objective-C runtime library, contributed code to the Objective-C front end for the LLVM compiler, and published many papers on Objective-C. He wrote an extremely popular series of articles on Objective-C and Cocoa for InformIT, and authored The Definitive Guide to the Xen Hypervisor.
Table of Contents
Lesson 1: Developing Under OS X
Lesson 2: Simple GUIs
Lesson 3: Key-Value Coding
Lesson 4: Cocoa Drawing
Lesson 5: Text In Cocoa
Lesson 6: Advanced Drawing
Lesson 7: Dynamic Layouts in Cocoa
Lesson 8: Multimedia
Lesson 9: Animation and 3D
Lesson 10: System Integration
Lesson 11: Using the Objective-C Runtime Library
Lesson 12: Porting Cocoa Apps