My book about iOS programming is now available!

Over the past several months I have been working like a madman on a book that explains iOS to .NET developers. I’m proud to announce that iOS Programming for .NET Developers has been published! Like my last book, this book is self-published. It is currently available in paperback and Kindle editions, but stay tuned for iBooks and Nook editions coming soon.

For more information, and a free sample, visit

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15 Responses to My book about iOS programming is now available!

  1. Peter says:

    Any idea when this will be available for kindle in europe?

  2. mpraglowski says:

    Why it is not available in Europe (Kindle edition) ?

    • Josh Smith says:

      Hi mpraglowski. Thanks for asking. Amazon has not informed me about which regions the book is available in, but another reader of my blog in Europe told me that it is now available in the Kindle Store. Please let me know if you have any problems getting the book, and I will contact Amazon.

      • mpraglowski says:

        “This title is not available for customers from your location in: Europe” still the same message. Will try again in a few days.

      • Josh Smith says:

        I’m sorry about that. Amazon notified me that the book was available for Kindle, so I assumed that meant it’s available for all of the Kindle stores (I opted to make it available for every Kindle store).

  3. Peter says:

    Seems it is available now. It said “Not available in your region (Europe)” (or something similar) when i clicked the Kindle link earlier today.

  4. brauliod says:

    Hey Josh !!!

    Congrats for your book, it’s a great idea, going to buy it right way

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  6. Michel Renaud says:

    Interesting, since I’ve been contemplating the idea of giving iOS programming a try (been doing .NET for a few years now). I’m curious: Is the source code formatted properly in the Kindle edition? I downloaded the sample from Amazon but it doesn’t go far enough in the book to see any source code listing.

    • Josh Smith says:

      I put a very high priority on having the best source code formatting and legibility possible. That’s why I spent many hours taking screenshots of the book’s code examples, instead of just pasting them into the book. Each code example in the book looks exactly like how it looks in the Xcode IDE. 🙂

      • Michel Renaud says:

        Excellent, thanks! I think the screenshots are (currently) the only way to have properly formatted code on the Kindle – kind of sucks that authors have to do that though.

  7. peter clift says:

    i tried to get your book on lulu – but got a java.lang.NullPointerException

    • Josh Smith says:

      Thanks for letting me know. I just visited the site and walked through the steps of buying the book. It seems like they fixed the problem.

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