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IOS Cloud Development For Dummies

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IOS Cloud Development For Dummies
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IOS Cloud Development For Dummies
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Language
eng
Summary
Want to create robust, data-driven, iOS cloud apps? This book makes it easier! Apple's mobile operating system (iOS) supports iPhones, iPads, iPods and other Apple devices, and while even beginners can now develop apps to run just on these devices themselves, sometimes you want to create an app with more heft. Applications such as live weather reports or multi-player games require a lot of data to be pulled from outside & mdash;often from cloud-based Web Services, such as Google or Amazon. This book, written by application development experts Sujee Maniyam and Neal Goldstein, shows you how to we
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MHW
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Goldstein, Neal
Dewey number
006.76
Index
no index present
LC call number
QA76.8.I64 .G384 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
For dummies
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  • Web services
  • Application software
  • Cloud computing
  • COMPUTERS
  • Application software
  • Cloud computing
  • Web services
Label
IOS Cloud Development For Dummies
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Contents
  • IOS Cloud Development For Dummies; About the Author; Dedication; Author's Acknowledgments; Table of Contents; Introduction; About This Book; Conventions Used in This Book; Foolish Assumptions; How This Book Is Organized; Icons Used in This Book; Where to Go from Here; Part I: Mobile Apps Need to Be Mobile; Chapter 1: Compelling Mobile Applications; What Makes Mobile Devices So Compelling; An Application Ecosystem; Evolving the Model View Controller; Chapter 2: The Lonely RoadTrip App; Starting at Square 7; The RoadTrip App; Points of Interest and the Itinerary; How RTModel Manages the Data
  • Part II: Adding iCloudChapter 3: Setting Up Core Data; Managing Your Itinerary; Core Data Basics; Starting with the Objects -- The Managed Object Model; The Core Data Stack; Adding the Core Data Stack; Putting Core Data to Work; Chapter 4: Putting Core Data to Work; Adding a Point of Interest to the Itinerary; Adding a Point of Interest to the Itinerary Using Core Data; Displaying Your Itinerary; Cleaning Up the ItineraryController and RTModel Classes; Loading the Itinerary; Timing is Everything; Removing a Point Of Interest From the Itinerary; Chapter 5: Adding iCloud Support; iCloud
  • Configuring Your App's iCloud EntitlementsProvisioning Your App for iCloud; Testing; Part III: Web Services; Chapter 6: Living in the Cloud; Understanding How Networks Work; What Exactly Is a Web Service?; A Web Service Request; HTTP; The RESTful Web Service Architecture; Chapter 7: Exploring an Existing Web Service; The Google Geocoding API; How RoadTrip Currently Does Geocoding; Creating the Plumbing: The WSManager; Having the Model Use the Geocoding Web Service; Chapter 8: Working With XML; Parsing the XML Response; Good, But Not Good Enough; Chapter 9: Asynchronous URL Loading
  • Reviewing Your ChoicesURL Loading System Overview; Using Web Services Asynchronously; Using the WSLoader; Chapter 10: Adding the JSON Response; Working with JSON; Parsing the JSON Response; Processing a JSON Response; There's a Pattern to Using Web Services; Putting It All Back Together; Part IV: Building Your Own Web Service; Chapter 11: The RoadTrip Web Services; Designing Web Services; The Point of a Web Services Architecture; The Basic Model -- Stateless Client Server; Making Services Extensible; Well-Formed Services; The Resource; The Response; Limiting Unauthorized Web Service Use
  • Designing a Web ServiceThe pointsofinterest Web Service; The lastupdate Web Service; The allpointsofinterest Web Service; The addpointofinterest Web Service; The deletepointofinterest Web Service; Additional Error Considerations; Chapter 12: The App Engine Implementation; Google App Engine; Using Python with App Engine; What You Need to Develop for App Engine; The webapp2 Starter Kit; The webapp Framework; The Model Application Controller Architecture in App Engine; Chapter 13: The Model's Model; What's in the Model?; The App Engine Datastore; The TestData Class; Testing in Your Browser
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809766415
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1 online resource (483 pages)
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online
Isbn
9781118235829
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EB00057569
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remote
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(OCoLC)809766415
Label
IOS Cloud Development For Dummies
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online resource
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  • cr
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Contents
  • IOS Cloud Development For Dummies; About the Author; Dedication; Author's Acknowledgments; Table of Contents; Introduction; About This Book; Conventions Used in This Book; Foolish Assumptions; How This Book Is Organized; Icons Used in This Book; Where to Go from Here; Part I: Mobile Apps Need to Be Mobile; Chapter 1: Compelling Mobile Applications; What Makes Mobile Devices So Compelling; An Application Ecosystem; Evolving the Model View Controller; Chapter 2: The Lonely RoadTrip App; Starting at Square 7; The RoadTrip App; Points of Interest and the Itinerary; How RTModel Manages the Data
  • Part II: Adding iCloudChapter 3: Setting Up Core Data; Managing Your Itinerary; Core Data Basics; Starting with the Objects -- The Managed Object Model; The Core Data Stack; Adding the Core Data Stack; Putting Core Data to Work; Chapter 4: Putting Core Data to Work; Adding a Point of Interest to the Itinerary; Adding a Point of Interest to the Itinerary Using Core Data; Displaying Your Itinerary; Cleaning Up the ItineraryController and RTModel Classes; Loading the Itinerary; Timing is Everything; Removing a Point Of Interest From the Itinerary; Chapter 5: Adding iCloud Support; iCloud
  • Configuring Your App's iCloud EntitlementsProvisioning Your App for iCloud; Testing; Part III: Web Services; Chapter 6: Living in the Cloud; Understanding How Networks Work; What Exactly Is a Web Service?; A Web Service Request; HTTP; The RESTful Web Service Architecture; Chapter 7: Exploring an Existing Web Service; The Google Geocoding API; How RoadTrip Currently Does Geocoding; Creating the Plumbing: The WSManager; Having the Model Use the Geocoding Web Service; Chapter 8: Working With XML; Parsing the XML Response; Good, But Not Good Enough; Chapter 9: Asynchronous URL Loading
  • Reviewing Your ChoicesURL Loading System Overview; Using Web Services Asynchronously; Using the WSLoader; Chapter 10: Adding the JSON Response; Working with JSON; Parsing the JSON Response; Processing a JSON Response; There's a Pattern to Using Web Services; Putting It All Back Together; Part IV: Building Your Own Web Service; Chapter 11: The RoadTrip Web Services; Designing Web Services; The Point of a Web Services Architecture; The Basic Model -- Stateless Client Server; Making Services Extensible; Well-Formed Services; The Resource; The Response; Limiting Unauthorized Web Service Use
  • Designing a Web ServiceThe pointsofinterest Web Service; The lastupdate Web Service; The allpointsofinterest Web Service; The addpointofinterest Web Service; The deletepointofinterest Web Service; Additional Error Considerations; Chapter 12: The App Engine Implementation; Google App Engine; Using Python with App Engine; What You Need to Develop for App Engine; The webapp2 Starter Kit; The webapp Framework; The Model Application Controller Architecture in App Engine; Chapter 13: The Model's Model; What's in the Model?; The App Engine Datastore; The TestData Class; Testing in Your Browser
Control code
809766415
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (483 pages)
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online
Isbn
9781118235829
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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  • cl0500000216
  • 5995edaf-9833-4ff5-9acb-5885980afad7
Publisher number
EB00057569
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)809766415

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