Appreneur: Secrets to Success in the App Store (Apress)
Saturday, 08 February 2014

There is more to apps than most people think. The average person assumes that if they make an app, they will instantly become a millionaire. The truth is without the knowledge from years of successes and failures, you just won’t know where to begin. In this slim volume Taylor Pierce, who has been developing apps since Apple's App Store opened to the public in 2009, shares her knowledge.

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Author: Taylor Pierce
Publisher: Apress
Date: October 30, 2013
Pages: 92
ISBN: 978-1430264750

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Publisher: O'Reilly
Pages: 440
ISBN: 978-1449307073
Aimed at: Kinect enthusiasts
Rating: 4.5
Pros: Lots of hands-on projects
Cons: Uses the open source drivers so misses some features
Reviewed by: Harry Fairhead

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Publisher: Wrox
Pages: 336
ISBN: 978-1118261361
Audience: Professional devs using object-oriented languages
Rating: 4
Reviewer: Sue Gee

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