OS X and iOS share a common core.Authors Henry Halvorsen and Doug Clarke deliver detail and insight into that core in OS X and iOS Kernel Programming, which enables readers to write device drivers and extremely efficient applications. This book offers the necessary context and knowledge to graduate to the master class of iOS and OS X programmers!
The book is written by the authors of packetC, a language that supports the programming of network applications with domain-specific type extensions and operations, with features for enhanced application security and with an intuitive, low-complexity approach to parallel programming.
Pointers in C provides a resource for professionals and advanced students needing in-depth hands on coverage of pointer basics and advanced features. From the basics of how pointers function at the machine level, to using them for a variety of common and advanced scenarios, this book will give you a much better understanding of pointers in general than is available on the Internet or in traditional C books. There are plenty of code examples in the book to emulate and adapt to meet your specific needs.
Pro Android C++ with the NDK (Native Development Kit) is an advanced tutorial and professional reference for experienced app developers now porting, developing or employing C++ and other native code to integrate into the Android platform to run more sophisticated native apps with increased performance.