Transfer your existing skills to the iOS platform
Zeroes in on handling touch interactions, detecting an orientation change, and changing a style sheet when orientation changes
Explores animation, special effects, gradients, shadows and reflections, masks, and more
Demonstrates how to interact with native iPhone services
Addresses programming the canvas, building with web app frameworks, handling bandwidth and performance optimizations, and debugging and deploying
Shows how you can use PhoneGap to create a native iOS app
Highlights comparing the strengths of web apps and native apps
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Richard Wagner is Lead Product Architect of Mobile/Web at Maark, LLC. He is an experienced web designer and developer and the author of several web-related books on the underlying technologies of the iPhone application platform.