Jonathan Zdziarski, author of the book iPhone Open Application Development and an iPhone Forensics manual, has announced a new book that--unlike his previous titles--instructs on iPhone application development within Apple's sanctioned framework rather than the "jailbreak" methodology.
The new book is titled "iPhone SDK Application Development: Building Applications for the AppStore," and is available for preorder through Amazon.
A press statement reads:
"If you're looking to get an understanding of the iPhone SDK from the ground up, this book is for you. You'll learn how to write applications in actual code, or with clicky-clicky tools like Interface Builder. You'll gain a complete understanding of objects such as view controllers, navigation controllers, and how to build professional looking user interfaces - explained in English, rather than the obfuscated language Apple writes their documentation in. You'll also learn how to take advantage of advanced features such as sensors, multi-touch gestures, CoreLocation, and CFNetwork - to design stellar applications that can perform as good as an SDK application can inside its tiny little jail."