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Re: Don't Just Build an iPhone App - Build a Winner
Posted by: John P. Mello Jr. 2010-06-21 06:34:16
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The archetype of the software developer who punches his ticket on the gravy train with a bestselling iPhone app has become for the Information Age what Horatio Alger was for its industrial predecessor. What devotee of Apple's popular mobile hasn't wondered what it would take to create a winning app for it? Those devotees need wonder no more with a new book by Craig Hockenberry, iPhone App Development: The Missing Manual , published by O'Reilly. Hockenberry concedes in the introduction to his 324-page Missing Manual that there's no dearth of tomes for developing iPhone apps.


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Posted by: lemoon 2010-06-21 20:07:42 In reply to: John P. Mello Jr.
aha, this great idea, interesting read.
now Im think the iphone apps developer should read this article carefully, the same as those 3-party software developer.
now the iPhone 4 is going to display at once, and thousands iPhone 4 video converter are come out, like ifunia, a mac video converter provider, of course unwilling to lag behind, but wish there are some better apps and tools for users.
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