TouchDevelop: Programming on the Go
by R. Nigel Horspool, Nikolai Tillmann
Publisher: Apress 2013
Number of pages: 271
The book systematically addresses all programming language constructs, starting from the very basic constructs such as variables and loops. The book also explores many of the phone sensors and data sources which make creating apps for mobile devices so rewarding.
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