You could say that Matt Neuburg wrote the book on iOS 7 programming. Actually, he wrote 2 books this time around, iOS 7 Programming Fundamentals: Objective-C, Xcode, and Cocoa Basics and Programming iOS 7, the gold standard in their class. Matt and Chuck discuss the maturity and stability and the goods and the bass of iOS 7, what programming means to the average user and the relationship between programming and classical studies.
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TidBITS Contributing Editor Matt Neuburg has been writing for the publication since 1991, concentrating on issues surrounding word processing, databases and text organization programs, scripting and innovative programming systems, and a variety of utilities. He has written some popular freeware programs, such as MemoryStick and NotLight. He has created the online documentation for a number of applications, such as Script Debugger and Opal. He has written books about programming Frontier, REALbasic, and AppleScript, and is the author of various Take Control ebooks. You can find out more about him on his site, Some Things by Matt Neuburg and connect with him on Google+.
Programming iOS 7 by Matt Neuburg