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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Using Concurrency to Improve the Responsiveness of iPhone and iPad Applications
Chapter 2: Your Own Content Pipeline: Importing 3D Art Assets into Your iPhone Game
Chapter 3: How FlightTrack Uses External Data Providers to Power This Best-Selling Travel App
Chapter 4: Write Better Code and Save Time with Unit Testing
Chapter 5: Fun with Computer Vision: Face Recognition with OpenCV on the iPhone
Chapter 6: How to Use OpenGL Fonts without Losing Your Mind
Chapter 7: Game Development with Unity
Chapter 8: Cocos2d for iPhone and iPad; It Is Easier than You Think
Chapter 9: Creating an Audio-Centric App for the iPhone with AVAudioPlayer
Chapter 10: Implementing Push Notifications at eBuddy
Along with Series Editor Dave Mark, your guides for this exploration of the next level of iPhone development, include:
- Ben “Panda” Smith, discussing particle systems using OpenGL ES
- Joachim Bondo , demonstrating his implementation of correspondence gaming in the most recent version of his chess application, Deep Green.
- Tom Harrington implementing streaming audio with Core Audio, one of many iPhone OS 3 APIs.
- Owen Goss debugging those pesky errors in your iPhone code with an eye toward achieving professional-strength results.
- Dylan Bruzenak building a data-driven application with SQLite.
- Ray Kiddy illustrating the full application development life cycle with Core Data.
- Steve Finkelstein marrying an offline eMail client to Core Data.
- Peter Honeder and Florian Pflug tackling the challenges of networked applications in WiFi environments.
- Jonathan Saggau improving interface responsiveness with some of his personal tips and tricks, including “blocks” and other esoteric techniques.
- Joe Pezzillo pushing the frontiers of APNS, the new in iPhone OS 3 Apple Push Notification Service that makes the Cloud the limit for iPhone apps.
- Noel Llopis taking mere programmers into a really advanced developmental adventure into the world of Environment Mapping with OpenGL ES.