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  • Title:Download TvOs Apprentice development Third Edition swift 4
  • ISBN-10:1942808347
  • Author:Christine Abernathy, Jerry Beers, Eric Cerney, Sam Davies, Evan Dekhayser, Joshua Greene,                               Michael Katz, Kelvin Lau, Julien Martin & Mike Oliver
  • Publisher:Razeware LLC
  • Language:English
  • Publish date: 2017
  • Subject:Swift / Computers & Technology / Programming / Apple Programming
  • No. of pages: 556
  • Format:PDF, EPUB Full Souce code

tvOS Apprentice

Christine Abernathy, Jerry Beers, Eric Cerney, Sam Davies, Evan Dekhayser, Joshua Greene, Michael Katz, Kelvin Lau, Julien Martin & Mike Oliver
Copyright ©2016 Razeware LLC. 

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Introducing the third edition

Each year we update our books to ensure our content is up-to-date with the latest and greatest. 

This is the third edition of tvOS Apprentice, updated for tvOS 11 and Swift 4! Every single chapter in this book has been updated to Swift 4 to ensure it works flawlessly with Xcode 9 and tvOS 11.

The full list of changes include:

• A cover-to-cover update of all chapters, sample projects and final projects to Swift 4.

• Updated all chapters to be compatible with tvOS 11, including new API’s where relevant.

• Updated all chapters to be compatible with the latest version of Xcode (9 at the time of this writing).

In one of the final chapters of “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson, Steve was quoted saying “It will have the simplest user interface you could imagine. I finally cracked it.” He was, of course, referring to Apple TV.

It wasn’t long after that Steve unfortunately passed away, and since then many of us have been eagerly anticipating this product. On September 9th, 2015 — more than four years later — we were finally presented with what may possibly be Steve’s vision, or perhaps just the beginning of it: the new Apple TV.

What makes the new Apple TV particularly exciting for developers is that for the first time, we can write our own apps for it — and release them on the App Store. This opens up an exciting array of new opportunities for developers, and is a new and innovative platform for us to sink our teeth into.

In this book, you'll learn everything it takes to make great apps for the Apple TV. Whether you're new to Apple platforms, comfortable with iOS, or a web developer looking for a new platform, this book has you covered, and by the end you'll be ready to make your own Apple TV apps! 

What's ahead: an overview

This book is split into five sections, covering different aspects of tvOS development from beginner to advanced.

Let's take a look at what's ahead!

Section I: Architecture 
Section I: Architecture 

This section contains just one chapter, designed to give you a birds-eye view of how tvOS works and help you decide what to read next.

1. Chapter1,Architecture: The architecture chapter is thei ntroduction to the technology behind Apple TV apps. This chapter will be your guide to help you decide your path through the rest of the book. 

Section II: TVML Apps

Section II: TVML Apps

This section covers the basics for creating an app via the TVML approach. From the basics of Hello World through a real world example, by the end of this section you'll know everything you need to create client / server apps for Apple TV.
  1. Chapter2,Hello,TVML: Shows you how to setup a basic Hello World app using TVML and Javascript.
  2. Chapter3,BeginningTVML: You'll use basic TVML templates to manipulate the UI in a simple application.
  3. Chapter4,IntermediateTVML: Building off of Chapter3, you'll learnmore complicated interfaces and templates.
  4. Chapter5,TVJS: Start working in Javascript and learn to manipulate the TVML DOM.
  5. Chapter6, Exploiting Native Functionality from TVML:Learnhowtotake advantage of native libraries and integrate them with your TVML app. 
Section III: Traditional Apps

Section III: Traditional Apps

This section covers the basics for creating apps via the traditional approach. You'll learn the new libraries created for Apple TV, and how the ported libraries from iOS can be used.

7. Chapter7, Hello, Traditional App:Learn how to setup abasic "HelloWorld" app using native libraries in Swift.
8. Chapter8, BasicControls: Learn the basic controls your users can use to interact with your apps.
9. Chapter9 ,StackViews: Stack Views are the backbone to the layout of your app — learn how to use them here.
10. Chapter 10, Collection Views: See how easy it is to display a list of items in an engaging layout.
11. Chapter 11, Navigation: Learn how to set up different forms of screen to screen navigation.
12. Chapter 12, Focus: Apple TV uses a whole new Focus paradigm to show the user what control is currently selected — learn how this works and what it means for your apps.
13. Chapter 13, Animation: Get ready to add some delightful animation to your tvOS apps! 

Section IV: Advanced Frameworks

Section IV: Advanced Frameworks

This section covers some of the more advanced frameworks you'll need for many TV app use cases. Whether you took the TVML approach or the Traditional approach, these frameworks will be important to understand to make your app stand out.

14. Chapter 14, User Input and the Controller: Learn how your app can interact with the new Apple TV remote.
15. Chapter 15, Beginning Video Playback: One of the most common requirements for Apple TV apps will be to play video — learn how to do that here!
16. Chapter 16, Advanced Video Playback: Learn about some of the more advanced topics in playing videos.
17. Chapter 17, On Demand Resources: Learn how to use Apple's easy to use storage system, so your app can download assets on the fly.
18. Chapter 18, Beginning CloudKit: Learn how to use CloudKit on tvOS to store your app's data.
19. Chapter 19, Advanced CloudKit: Go further in depth with CloudKit with user specific storage and error handling.
20. Chapter 20, In App Purchase: Monetize your app by allowing users to purchase digital goods.
21. Chapter 21, PhotoKit: Include photos from users' photo library in your app. 22. Chapter 22, Multipeer Connectivity: Connect your Apple TV app to iPhones 
and other nearby devices.
23. Chapter 23, Native UI in TVML Apps: Learn how to augment the TVML-to- UIKit engine to create custom resources, TVML tags, and styling properties.

Section V: Design

Section V: Design

This section covers new design concepts introduced in tvOS. For your app to stand apart from the rest, you'll need to understand these new design concepts well.
24. Chapter 24, tvOS Design: Learn how to design your apps to fit in well with the tvOS ecosystem.
25. Chapter 25, Creating Layered Images: Shows how to create a new kind of image specifically for the TV.
26. Chapter 26, The Top Shelf: The Top Shelf is a new design concept that allows your app to show off specific content — learn how to use this in your apps.

Bonus Chapter

And that’s not all — on top of the above, we have a bonus chapter for you!

27. Chapter 27, Javascript Crash Course: Developing TVML apps for tvOS requires some Javascript knowledge. If you're new to Javascript, check here for a quick crash course! 

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