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This book chapter introduces you to the core concepts of hybrid application development on the iPhone platform, including walk-throughs of native toolsets like QuickConnect and its GPS functionality.
This book lowers the barriers to iPhone development, enabling web developers to build any iPhone application they can imagine without long development cycles or steep learning curves. "Developing Hybrid Applications for the iPhone," by Lee S. Barney, walks you through the entire hybrid iPhone development process, from creating great user interfaces to compiling, deploying, and executing applications.
Along the way, he introduces techniques and sample code designed to streamline development, eliminate complexity, optimize performance, and leverage all iPhone's native capabilities, from its accelerometer and GPS to its built-in database. This excerpt is the book's entire fifth chapter entitled, "GPS, Acceleration, and Other Native Functions with QuickConnect."
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