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Apple Game Frameworks and Technologies
Build 2D games with SpriteKit and Swift. Add clever features like pathfinding, artificial intelligence, and complex rule systems to your games with GameplayKit.

Build Talking Apps for Alexa
This book will introduce you to the exciting topic of voice user interfaces, building applications known as "skills" for the Alexa platform.

Kotlin and Android Development featuring Jetpack
With Kotlin and Jetpack, Android development is now smoother and more enjoyable than ever before. Dive right in by developing two complete Android apps.

Explore Software Defined Radio
Combine your Raspberry Pi, desktop computer, or laptop with easy-to-find Software Defined Radio (SDR) equipment, and tune in a wide range of signals in no time at all.

A Combine Kickstart
This hands-on, fast-moving kickstart introduces you to the future of declarative and reactive programming on Apple platforms.

A SwiftUI Kickstart
This is one of those moments where everything changes. SwiftUI is the future for developers targeting Apple platforms and A SwiftUI Kickstart is designed to quickly get experienced Swift developers up and running with clear code-along examples.

Build Location-Based Projects for iOS
Build location-based apps in Swift that use Core Location, Core Graphics, MapKit, and ARKit to enhance your outdoor experience, and share them in the App Store.

Programming Flutter
Get native look and feel and performance in your Android and iOS apps, and the ability to build for both platforms from a single code base.

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