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Teach yourself iPhone application development in 24 hours--Part II

12/16/2010 07:49 PM EST
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vilram@iphone
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vilram@iphone   11/16/2012 7:31:59 AM
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this is very informative article and really helpful for all developers thank vikram from http://www.quagnitia.com Team, quagnitia, India

vinaykrypton
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vinaykrypton   7/16/2011 11:03:44 AM
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Thanks for this information it really useful & beneficial for me to know. Thanks Vinay from http://www.kryptonsoft.com/outsourcing/iphone-application-development-india Team, KryptonSoft, India

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Bhola_#1   12/30/2010 10:58:10 PM
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Nice article. My friend just bought iphone 4. It should be very helpful for him. Thanks

prabhakar_deosthali
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prabhakar_deosthali   12/20/2010 11:12:14 AM
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A very useful guide for beginners in iphone application development. Along with this a primer on C# which already appears somewhere will add to the value.

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