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Ios Development Swift

Ios Development Swift
Ios Development Swift

Book Details 
             TitleIos Development Swift
         AuthorCRAIG GRUMMITT 
     Publisher: Manning Publications Co 
    Language: English
        SubjectSwift / Computers & Technology / Programming / Apple Programming
No. of pages: 571
         Format: PDF

About the cover illustration

The caption for the illustration on the cover of iOS Development with Swift is “A Page of the Grand Signior.” The illustration is taken from a collection of costumes of the Otto- man Empire published on January 1, 1802, by William Miller of Old Bond Street, Lon- don. The title page is missing from the collection, and we have been unable to track it down to date. The book’s table of contents identifies the figures in both English and French, and each illustration bears the names of two artists who worked on it, both of whom would no doubt be surprised to find their art gracing the front cover of a com- puter programming book ... 200 years later.

The collection was purchased by a Manning editor at an antiquarian flea market in the “Garage” on West 26th Street in Manhattan. The seller was an American based in Ankara, Turkey, and the transaction took place just as he was packing up his stand for the day. The Manning editor didn’t have on his person the substantial amount of cash that was required for the purchase, and a credit card and check were both politely turned down. With the seller flying back to Ankara that evening, the situation was get- ting hopeless. What was the solution? It turned out to be nothing more than an old- fashioned verbal agreement sealed with a handshake. The seller proposed that the money be transferred to him by wire, and the editor walked out with the bank infor- mation on a piece of paper and the portfolio of images under his arm. Needless to say, we transferred the funds the next day, and we remain grateful and impressed by this unknown person’s trust in one of us. It recalls something that might have happened a long time ago. We at Manning celebrate the inventiveness, the initiative, and, yes, the fun of the computer business with book covers based on the rich diversity of regional life of two centuries ago‚ brought back to life by the pictures from this collection. 

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