The book takes the reader from knowing nothing about database development to being able to confidently implement a data driven application for the iPhone and integrate an iPhone application within an existing enterprise system. The author shows readers how to store data using SQLite, model and manage data using Core Data and integrate with web services. These topics are interesting to all levels of developer from novice to enterprise architect. Unique coverage shows developers how to take advantage of the built in capabilities of the iPhone and how to integrate iPhone applications into enterprise class systems. In addition, coverage will include issues with displaying data on the phone in general using the UITableView (and all of its ancillary classes). Most applications that display data use a TableView somewhere and there are a fair amount of gotchas and performance/display issues that the author will sort out for the reader. Developers of applications that use SOAP/REST/XML will find the content here very useful. Many applications talk to the "cloud" using these technologies (like Twitter clients, Facebook, RedLaser, etc.) iPhone developers that want to talk to OpenFeint or other web based high score servers will also benefit from the content. Important topics include: An introduction to data driven applications The iPhone database - SQLite Building a database Using Core Data Integrating with enterprise applications with Web Services
A much-needed resource on database development and enterprise integration for the iPhone An enormous demand exists for getting iPhone applications into the enterprise and this book guides you through all the necessary steps for integrating an iPhone app within an existing enterprise. Experienced iPhone developers will learn how to take advantage of the built-in capabilities of the iPhone to confidently implement a data-driven application for the iPhone. Shows you how to integrate iPhone applications into enterprise class systems Introduces development of data-driven applications on the iPhone Discusses storing data using SQLite, managing data using Core Data, and integrating with Web Services In-depth coverage of displaying data on the phone using the UITableView Professional iPhone Database Application Programming gets you up to speed on developing data-driven applications for the iPhone.
Collana: Wrox - Programmer to Programmer
Dimensioni: 233 x 25 x 188 mm
Pagine Arabe: 380