Sagun Raj Lage, Prakshapan Shrestha (Springer, 2021)
Develop handy, UI/UX friendly and eye-pleasing widgets using the brand new WidgetKit. Apple\'s brand new widgets allow iOS users to work with their favorite apps in the home screen of their iPhone or iPad without even opening the app!
Özgür Sahin (Springer, 2021)
Build smart apps capable of analyzing language and performing language-specific tasks, such as script identification, tokenization, lemmatization, part-of-speech tagging, and named entity recognition.
Anton Ochsenkühn (amac-buch-Verlag, 2020)
Jetzt neu im amac-buch VerlagDas innovative Buch-Video-Konzept:Sehen, sofort verstehen und umsetzen.Buch + 4 h Videotutorials Mit jeder neuen iOS-Version wird die Bedienung eines iPhone-Modells noch einfacher und vor allem vielseitiger.
Manuel Carrasco Molina (Springer, 2019)
Leverage the best techniques provided by Apple to build apps with maximum privacy for your users. This book explores not only the how-to steps for implementing privacy in your apps, but also answers workflow questions about what information you ...
Akshat Paul, Abhishek Nalwaya (Springer, 2019)
Develop native iOS and Android apps with ease using React Native. Learn by doing through an example-driven approach, and have a substantial running app at the end of each chapter.
Mohit Thakkar (Springer, 2019)
Implement machine learning models in your iOS applications. This short work begins by reviewing the primary principals of machine learning and then moves on to discussing more advanced topics, such as CoreML, the framework used to enable machine ...
Yanis Zafirópulos (Springer, 2018)
Get the most out of Swift 4 with this carefully compiled collection of select code snippets designed to solve everyday coding problems. This book features the Apress easy-to-use recipe format, with step-by-step instructions, and a no-fuss approach.
Mark Murphy (Apress, 2011)
The vibrant and rich Android development platform, created by Google and the Open Handset Alliance, continues to be a platform in its truest sense, encompassing hundreds of classes beyond the traditional Java classes and open source components that ...
Andres Calvo (Springer, 2015)
Beginning Android Wearables gives you the skills you need to make effective apps for Android Wear-based smartwatches, fitness bracelets, connected home wearable controllers, and Google Glass.
Sean Liao (Springer, 2014)
Migrating to Android for iOS Developers gives you - as an experienced native iOS app developer - the skills to learn native Android apps development from scratch.
Godfrey Nolan (Springer, 2016)
Aims to be first to retail market book on agile Swift. Modeled after Agile Android book by Godfrey Nolan at Apress (500k rank on Amazon). Also improving ebooks database revenue from Swift programming memes.
Godfrey Nolan, David Truxall, Raghav Sood, Onur Cinar (Springer, 2013)
Android Best Practices by Godfrey Nolan shows you how to make your Android apps stand out from the crowd with great reviews.
Dave MacLean, Satya Komatineni (Springer, 2014)
Android Fragments is a 100-page quick start accelerated guide to learning and quickly using Android fragments. You'll learn how to code for fragments; deal with config changes; code for regular vs.
Dave Smith, Erik Hellman (Springer, 2016)
Discover more than 100 down-to-earth code recipes, covering a wide range of useful topics using complete and real-world working code examples. This book is updated to include the Android N SDK (7.0), as well as earlier releases.
Wallace Jackson (Springer, 2015)
This book is a brief primer covering concepts central to digital imagery, digital audio and digital illustration using open source software packages such as GIMP, Audacity and Inkscape.
Grant Allen (Springer, 2015)
Get started in creating marketable apps for the burgeoning Android market. Begin your journey by learning the essentials of programming for phones and tables that are built around Google's wildly-successful Android platform.
Mark Murphy (Springer, 2009)
One of the first starter books on Google's Android platform, this accessible text covers everything the reader needs to know to get started on programming Android applications - from crafting GUIs to using GPS and accessing Web services, and more. (Vorschau verfügbar)
Jesse Feiler (Springer, 2018)
Learn the basics of reactive programming and how it makes apps more responsive. This book shows you how to incorporate reactive programming into existing development products and cycles using RXSwift and RXCocoa on iOS and Mac.
Rory Lewis, Yulia McCarthy, Stephen Moraco (Springer, 2012)
For the beginner who has never programmed, Beginning iOS Storyboarding shows how to extract those cool and innovative app ideas you have in your head into a working app ready for sale on the iTunes store by using Apple's new Storyboarding technology.
Kevin Languedoc (Springer, 2016)
Discover the essential concepts and new iOS 10 SDK and Swift 3 programming language APIs to build iPhone and iPad database driven applications using the defacto standard for data storage for mobile apps, SQLite.
Charles Edge (Springer, 2018)
Starting an app development company is one of the most rewarding things you'll ever do. Or it sends you into bankruptcy and despair. If only there was a guide out there, to help you along the way.
Matthew Baxter-Reynolds (Springer, 2010)
Multimobile Development helps readers expand upon their knowledge and experience with one mobile platform, and enables them to develop applications for other devices.
Godfrey Nolan (Springer, 2012)
Decompiling Android looks at the the reason why Android apps can be decompiled to recover their source code, what it means to Android developers and how you can protect your code from prying eyes.