Like Bear, I'm much more interested in the IOS frameworks than Objective-C itself. The small amount of Xcode/IOS hacking I've done has used very little real "object" in Objective C, its really more like C with calls to magic Smalltalk framework code.
So is the book really "Enough Objective-C to get by writing great IOS code" or is it really aimed at Objective-C the language?
I guess I have the same question in mind...anyone who read the MEAP can you please help us here? Does the book cover topics on iOS based development and library/framework or is more of a language tome? Though some chapters appear like references to the frameworks and tools...
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