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iPhone and iPad in Action: Introduction to SDK Development by Shannon Appelcline, Christopher Allen, Brandon Trebitowski

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Appendix A. iPhone OS class reference

After reading this book, your main resource for learning more about iPhone OS development should be the references at http://developer.apple.com. To help you find documents that might interest you, this appendix lists the major classes in the UIKit and Foundation hierarchies that you may want to know more about, excluding classes that only appear as a part of another class.

A.1. UIKit framework classes

The UIKit framework contains those classes most tightly connected to the devices, including all the graphical classes you use to make up pages. A partial listing appears as table A.1. It’s current as of iPhone OS 3.1.3 and will probably be mostly correct when you read this, but the UIKit does sometimes change ...

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