Logo

iOS App Reverse Engineering

Small book cover: iOS App Reverse Engineering

iOS App Reverse Engineering
by

Publisher: GitHub
Number of pages: 436

Description:
It provides a unique view inside the software running on iOS, the operating system that powers the Apple iPhone and iPad. Within, you will learn what makes up application code and how each component fits into the software ecosystem at large. You will explore the hidden second life your phone leads, wherein it is a full-fledged computer and software development platform and there is no practical limit to its functionality.

Home page url

Download or read it online for free here:
Download link
(16MB, PDF)

Similar books

Book cover: iOS 8 App Development EssentialsiOS 8 App Development Essentials
by - Techotopia
The goal of this book is to teach the skills necessary to create iOS applications using the iOS 8 SDK, Xcode 6 and the Swift programming language. Useful whether you are new to iOS development, or you need to get up to speed on the features of iOS 8.
(3844 views)
Book cover: App Savvy: Turning Ideas into iPad and iPhone Apps Customers Really WantApp Savvy: Turning Ideas into iPad and iPhone Apps Customers Really Want
by - O'Reilly Media
This book explores the technical aspects of iPhone and iPad app design and development. It also focuses on the business, product, and marketing elements critical to selling your app. This practical reference shows you how to engage customers.
(7119 views)
Book cover: iPhone iOS 4 Development EssentialsiPhone iOS 4 Development Essentials
by - Techotopia.com
Beginning with the basics, this book provides an overview of the iPhone hardware and the architecture of iOS 4. An introduction to programming in Objective-C is provided followed by an in-depth look at the design of applications and user interfaces.
(7518 views)
Book cover: Tap, Move, ShakeTap, Move, Shake
by - O'Reilly Media
This book helps you build multitouch games that take full advantage of iOS, and shows you how to prepare your app for the App Store. Create your first game with just 20 lines of code, then learn how to add graphics, sound, and key game algorithms.
(5406 views)