If you wanted to do some programming for iPhone but didn’t have any learning material, now here is your chance. O’Reilly has published a book called “iPhone Open Application Development: Rough Cuts Version” by Jonathan Zdziarski, developer of the first fully functional application using the open iPhone toolkit. So this book is written by a man who knows his stuff.
It is designed to teach users how to write Native C Applications for the iPhone. He also explains how to use iPhone toolkit and open-source toolkit which was developed by him.
Certain technologies bring out everyone's hidden geek, and the iPhone did so instantly upon its release. Thousands of programmers want to provide applications on the iPhone. This book shows them how to achieve the spectacular effects that made the iPhone an immediate hit. The book covers both Apple's toolkit and an open, community-developed toolkit that has been widely downloaded and used.
In iPhone Open Application Development, Zdziarski explains how to use Apple’s iPhone toolkit and the open-source toolkit, with which he developed the first fully-functional third-party iPhone application, to create third-party iPhone applications for use with jailbroken iPhones. The book will teach iPhone developer-wannabes how to actually code applications in Objective-C and the iPhone API.
The book is going to be released in May and will cost around $40.