iPhone Programming for Beginners

iPhone Programming for Beginners


I need to know about options for learning
iPhone programming for beginners. One of the best resources is Apple itself,
hitting the iTunes store and iTunes University to get free eBooks and streaming lessons on
the Swift programming language. I thought that was for only the Mac. Swift is intended for the iOS, from the iPhone
to iPad to Mac computer. I’m not sure about the iPod, but it has an I in the front, so
it might cover that too. The iPhone is the only one I’m interested
in right now. You can work with all of them if you learn
Swift, though you’ll need to learn Cocoa and Cocoa Touch to work with the touch interface
for the iPhone. How do I get my hands on a good tutorial for
beginning iPhone programming? Go to the source, developer.apple.com. They
have lessons on Swift, Xcode, the app guide for the App store – Which you have to do in order to offer your
app to anyone who can’t hack the phone. The Apple developer center has lessons on
how to get set up with an IDE, so you can develop in anything from Swift to Objective
C. Objective C got an F in complexity, which
is why they created Swift. They also have notes on the programming language
and sample code. I need something other than reading an eBook
or sample code to learn how to code. Ray Wnderlich’s blog has excellent lessons
on coding apps for the iOS and iPhone specific tutorials. Or try CodeWithChris dot com, who
features a lesson on making iPhone apps with no programming experience. That’s about the level I am at. AppCoda dot com has an iOS programming course.
The course is free, though they promote their books. That’s no worse than the Youtube channels
on programming that says either pay for my course or hire me to work for you. You should enjoy the Instremia Youtube channel
that has lessons by Stanford on developing apps for the iPhone and iPad. That’s certainly a lot cheaper than attending
Stanford. MIT OpenCourseware has free lessons on programming
in Java and C, but they do not do the iPhone. However, you might want to try their overview
of object programming languages and programming in general. I’ll try some of the blogs by iOS developers
first. You’d do better with the New Boston iPhone
development tutorials on Youtube. They do this for a living, and they have good tutorials
too.

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