At this point, your development machine should be setup for code signing iOS applications and your iPad should be ready for development. You’re now ready to write iPad applications that you can run on your own device.
This also concludes Part 1 of the book. In Part 1 you learned about the development tools, programming language, and application framework you will use to create your iPad applications. And you prepared your development machine and iPad for development. I know this has been a lot to take in, but it’s time well spent when learning a new programming environment and platform.
Are you eager to start writing iPad applications? I hope so as you are now ready for Part 2 of this book.
In Part 2, I walk you through writing real world-like iPad applications. I say “real world-like” because, while the samples applications will be fully functional and represent examples of apps that can be found in the App Store today, the focus in Part 2 is on teaching you how to write iPad applications. We’re not going to polish the sample applications. It’s the polish that makes an iPad application standout from all the rest. But I’m getting ahead of myself.
Let’s move on to Part 2...