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iOS 6 External Accessory Framework Hands-On Programming Skills Exercises Norman McEntire

iOS 6 External Accessory Framework Hands-On Programming Skills Exercises

Norman McEntire

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This book provides you with easy-to-follow, step-by-step, hands-on programming, skills exercises, focused on the enhanced iOS 6 ExternalAccessory.framework.The goal is for you to rapidly gain valuable iOS 6 ExternalAccessory.framework hands-onMoreThis book provides you with easy-to-follow, step-by-step, hands-on programming, skills exercises, focused on the enhanced iOS 6 ExternalAccessory.framework.The goal is for you to rapidly gain valuable iOS 6 ExternalAccessory.framework hands-on programming skills.The book is one of several books I use in my UCSD (University of California, San Diego) Extension courses. It is also one of the books I use in my Corporate Training courses.The hands-on nature of these programming skills exercises is unique. True learning happens when you take action by performing hands-on skills exercises. That is what this book is about.An iOS External Accessory can be either a Bluetooth device that communicates with iOS, or it can be a hardware device that plugs into the iPhone External Accessory connector, the same connector you use to charge your iPhone or iPad.To access an iOS External Accessory, you must have an iPhone or iPad, along with the desired External Accessory.Here are the iOS 6 ExternalAccessory.framework header files that you will use in these skills exercises:EAAccessory.hEAAccessoryManager.hEASession.hIn addition, you will use the following Foundation.framework Objective-C classes in these skills exercises:NSMutableStringNSNotificationCenterNSNotificationNSInputStreamNSOutputStreamIn addition, you will use the following UIKit.framework Objective-C classes in these exercises:UIApplicationUIViewControllerUITextViewUIBarButtonItemUIButtonUITextFieldIs this book for you? To find out, perform these two steps.Step 1. Scan the Table of Contents, reading the title of each skills exercise. Each skills exercise focuses on a specific skill, and if the exercises look interesting to you, then this book is for you.Step 2. Read through the first several Exercises, and see if the clear, step-by-step instructions make sense to you. If so, then this book is for you.If you have access to a Mac OS X system, along with Xcode 4.5, along with an iPhone or iPad, along with an External Accessory, then you can read each skills exercise, and perform each step.However, even if you do not have a Mac OS X system with Xcode 4.5, you can still read and follow along in your mind. When you do have access to a Mac, youll know exactly what to do.ContentsAbout This BookConceptsSkills Exercise 1. Single View AppSkills Exercise 2. ExternalAccessory.frameworkSkills Exercise 3. ExternalAccessory.hSkills Exercise 4. EAAccessoryManager: +sharedAccessoryManagerSkills Exercise 5. MainStoryboard.storyboardSkills Exercise 6. EAAccessoryManager: NotificationsSkills Exercise 7. Bluetooth Accessory PickerSkills Exercise 8. EAAccessorySkills Exercise 9. EAAccessoryDelegateSkills Exercise 10. EASessionSkills Exercise 11. NSInputStreamSkills Exercise 12. NSOutputStreamSkills Exercise 13. Write/Read DataReference 1. EAAccessory.hReference 2. EAAccessoryManager.hReference 3. EASession.hReference 4. NSInputStreamReference 5. NSOutputStream