Автор: Jessie Young, Diana Zmuda
ISBN: отсутствует (самиздат)
Качество: Изначально компьютерное (eBook)
Интерактивное оглавление: Да
Количество страниц: 132
The reference for writing superb iOS apps with Ruby on Rails backends.
This book is really two books in one.
The the first book covers building a backend API in Rails. We will demonstrate how to create a robust, clean, flexible JSON API. Along the way, we’ll discuss different approaches that we didn’t choose and discuss their drawbacks.
The iOS book walks you through creating an iOS application in Objective-C that uses the Rails API you just created. You’ll learn how the intelligent API choices made in the first section make iOS development far easier.
This book is for a developer who wants to build an iOS application with a Rails backend. It’s best suited for a developer with some Rails experience and little iOS experience. It’s also a book for both a Rails developer and an iOS developer to share and use in concert to build an app together.
The approach shared in this book is the result of our own experiments as Rails and iOS developers working together to build an application. The Rails portions of this book assume a basic working knowledge of how to build a web application with Rails as well as the Ruby programming language. The iOS portions of this book assume a basic working knowledge of how to build an iOS application as well as the Objective-C programming language.
Примечание: Книга находится на стадии беты, последний выпуск был 27 января 2015. Раздача будет обновляться.
Why this book?
Who is this book for?
Introduction to our example application and setup
Creating a GET request
Creating a POST request
Creating a PATCH request
Creating a geocoded GET request
A New Xcode Project
Alpha and Beta Schemes
The Mobile App’s Skeleton
The Map View Controller
The Add an Event View Controller
The Confirmation View Controller
Connecting the Two
A Rails API Client With NSURLSession
A Rails API Client With AFNetworking
The User Object
Posting a User With NSURLSession
Posting a User With AFNetworking
The Event Object
Posting an Event With NSURLSession
Posting an Event With AFNetworking
Getting Events from the API