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This Dummies series book teaches you how to create your own iPhone applications. This excerpt is the entire first chapter entitled, 'Creating Killer iPhone Applications.'
This Dummies series book teaches you how to create your own iPhone applications. Whether you're a professional developer or an iPhone user with a knack for technology, this guide shows you how easy it can be to create your own cool iPhone and iPod touch apps. The open iPhone SDK offers a world of opportunities, and with the information in iPhone Application Development For Dummies, you can get in on the fun and profit.
You don't need high-level programming skills to create iPhone apps. iPhone Application Development For Dummies walks you through the fundamentals for building a variety of applications using Objective-C and covers the critical steps for creating applications that get accepted into the AppStore.
The following excerpt is the entire first chapter entitled, "Creating Killer iPhone Applications."
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