Mobile being an inseparable part of technology world has also become a great replacement to paper books through eBooks. In Every business Mobile apps, Smartphone’s and portable devices has made various tasks easier, simpler and quick. My today’s post is entirely for the mobile app developers, as now they can easily create apps through handy knowledge provided by eBooks on their mobiles itself. I am sharing best eBooks which will concrete your fundamentals, whether it’s the actual programming itself or monetization or UI/UX design. All the free mobile app developer eBooks will be very useful for you in creating so many apps on both Android and iOS market.
So Have a look on the list of “8 Free e-Books For Mobile App Developers”.
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Learn BlackBerry 10 App Development
This ebook is a great way to get started on developing or porting your apps to the Blackberry platform. Touching on fundamental topics such as Qt, C++ and the Cascades UI framework, this ebook will get you developing for BlackBerry 10 in no time.
How To Make An App: HTML5 Mobile Edition
If you’re prefer using HTML5 to build your mobile app, then read this ebook. You’ll find a quick guide through the web vs native debate, but beyond that you’ll also find a discussion on the tools you can use to develop HTML5 apps as well as an example HTML5 app you can build to polish your HTML5 knowledge.
Native Vs Web Vs Hybrid
If your organization is looking to build a mobile app, this free eBook will help you decide which approach is best for your needs: native, HTML5 or hybrid. Developed in conjunction with Moovweb, the eBook offers a detailed view of the benefits and drawbacks of each platform to help you make the most informed decision possible.
3 Easy Steps To Monetize Android Apps With Ads
Mobile apps can be a great source of revenue if you know how to monetize them properly. It’s easy to get things wrong, but if you get it right the results can be amazing. In this ebook, AppFlood guides you through three steps to monetize your free Android app using ads.
Objective-C Succinctly is the only book you need for getting started with Objective-C—the primary language beneath all Mac, iPad, and iPhone apps. Written by Ryan Hodson, the author behind our popular Knockout.js Succinctly and PDF Succinctly titles, this e-book guides you from downloading Xcode, Apple’s Objective-C IDE, to utilizing advanced features like blocks (similar to C#’s lambdas) and protocols. Along the way, you’ll learn how the familiar aspects of object-oriented programming, such as interfaces, classes, methods, etc., are used in Objective-C, giving you the ability to leverage your existing knowledge with the tools presented in the book.
iOS Succinctly is for developers looking to step into the sometimes frightening world of iPhone and iPad app development. Written as the companion to Objective-C Succinctly, this e-book guides you from creating a simple, single page application to managing assets in a complex, multi-scene application. Advanced features such as localizing application UI, and working with the Audio Toolbox and AVAudioPlayer frameworks are also covered. If you’re looking for the fastest way to get up and running with iOS development, forget about the 1,500+ pages of documentation in the iOS Developer Library. This is the only resource you need.
The App Design Handbook
This ebook provides some noteworthy suggestions on designing the icon and splash image for your app. This handbook discusses both app icons and splash images, why they’re so important as well as some very important do’s and don’ts when it comes to designing app icons.
Mobile UX Design: Top Mistakes To Avoid
This ebook explains and discusses five of the top mistakes developers often make when it comes to the UX design of their apps. The information contained may not be ground-breaking, but they’re still very pertinent reminders of things that app developers can sometimes forget or overlook, such as overloading apps with unused features and unresponsive gestures.