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5.0 out of 5 stars Showed me how the 'magic' happens!, 12 Oct 2013
Not a book for Ruby beginners, but once you're familiar with the basics and want to understand how it all works then this is the book for you.

It opened my eyes to the beauty that is the Ruby Object Model. I finally understood how it all fits together. I can now say I know how eigen classes work or when to use a class macro. The separate appendix of 'spells' is a master-stroke, great reference material. Until I read this book I thought that Ruby used magic. I can now see the elegant design that allows the 'magic' to work.
Kindle Fire Book Collections(Kindle Tablet Edition&hellip by Digital Media Revolutions
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
It will only scan books the first time it is run. Any new books that are bought and downloaded it simply ignores. Even if you make it rescan, it still won't pick any new titles up. Waste of money!
iPhone iOS 6 Development Essentials by Neil Smyth
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
As a new starter to iPhone development I found this book very useful in understanding the intricacies of iOS 6 development. It has many (79) small chapters, each covering a separate development area, which makes it easy to cover specific areas quickly, or just omit chapters you're not interested in without losing the big picture. The material is covered in a progressive manner, starting from a simple 'Hello World' app and escalating up to the more intricate aspects of development such as Collections, Paging, the Social framework and Store purchasing.

Most complex topics are covered by two chapters, one explaining the theory and one giving a practical hands-on example that the… Read more

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