Media praise for iOS 4 Programming Cookbook

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"Would recommend this book for sure."
-- Doron Katz,

"One of the things I was thankful to read was that this cookbook is presented in the single voice of the author, not a mishmash of recipes from a variety of submitted sources."
-- Mike Riley,

"This book is a timely resource if you are working with iOS 4...Now that iOS 5 is here, this book offers the fundamentals in a very accessible way. I highly recommend it."
-- Alyx Macfadyen, Computing Reviews

"Firstly this book is a great reference book and is filled with very valuable examples that will save you loads of time in your next application. However it is not for someone who wants to learn Objective-C or how to write a iPhone App, if you want to learn that check-out something like Learning iPhone Programming by Alasdair Allan this will get you the basics of iPhone App construction." Full Review >
-- Keith Davidson,

"The iOS 4 Programming Cookbook is an interesting book. When reading it my emotions ranged excited, happy, pleasantly surprised to puzzled." Full Review >
-- Rob Dawson,

"iOS4 Programming Cookbook is geared towards the iOS programmer who has passed the novice stage, but isn’t necessarily an expert. You should know the basics of building an iPhone app including: read more" Full Review >
-- Derek Scharton,

"Reading this book left me confused about the book’s intentions. The book’s audience is stated as for novice AND experts. That rarely works and this is no exception. That said, there is some good, practical content" Full Review >
-- Michiel van Otegem,

"iOS 4 Programming Cookbook was the first of cookbook series I have ever read. The idea of this series is to present recipes that will allow you to "prepare" piece of code that does "something"." Full Review >
-- Michal Konrad Owsiak,

"One of my most anticipated sort of book, a cookbook for iOS. After falling in love with other Cookbooks, such as the Flex and SQL cookbooks, this book gets the most prominent spot on my bookshelf (or e-book shelf). For the intermediary developers, this book follows the same cookbook format in providing concise and essential reference to all the components of an iOS application, for the iPhone or iPad." Full Review >
-- Doron Katz,