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iOS 8 SDK Development, 2nd Edition by Janie Clayton, Chris Adamson

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Throughout the book, we’re going to build out a single application, a Twitter client that gradually gains more and more features: sending tweets, getting the user’s timeline, getting details about a tweet or a user, and so on. One reason this makes sense as a sample project is because the process of getting data from the Internet, presenting it to the user, handling user input, repeat…this is the heart and soul of many iOS apps, and reconciling web service APIs with the iOS frameworks is an essential skill for iOS developers to master.

The ability for apps to send tweets has been in iOS for a while—most of us have used apps that offer to tweet on our behalf—but how would we know how to use it in our app? This calls for ...

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