I thought this was an excellent walkthrough of the development process from someone who has obviously been there. This is primarily directed to designers and not programmers, and is definitely not for someone who wants to write code natively.
Well written for those of us with some html coding experience. It definitely helped demystify the process from start to deployment. M. Diaz
NimbleKit is used within Apple’s own Xcode programming software. Yes, you read that correctly.
What do I like about this book? It discusses everything from starting to program an application using NimbleKit to submitting it to the Apple iTunes App Store. Since purchasing this book I have created an application for a music group (being released in early March), and I am planning on releasing a lot of educational software in the near future. Since I am going to be a high school History teacher next year I have a lot of apps that I would like to make for my future students (and anyone else that appreciates educational apps).