Description : The book assumes no prior C or Objective-C knowledge. Although not comprehensive, chapters on C and Objective-C should provide enough detail to understand the book’s remaining chapters. The book starts with the prerequisites. Both C and Objective-C are prerequisites to programming iPhone applications. You don’t need to be a C expert to use, Objective-C, but you should remember C’s basics. After providing a C refresher, the book has two chapters on Objective-C. These chapters are somewhat cumbersome, and not nearly as exciting as the remaining chapters, but Objective-C is the language used for Cocoa Touch, so you’d be advised to learn it. After learning Objective-C, the book provides a chapter on installing an iPhone application on an iPhone or iPod touch. It also provides a tutorial on debugging and testing your application.
Chapter 6 finally begins the book’s UIKit coverage. Chapters 6 through 10 discuss the UIView subclasses you use when