Tuesday, September 18, 2012

iOS Getting Started notes

Below are some Apple references materials that I follow when starting out iphone dev sometime ago. It's more or less in order of reading from the introductory/basic to specific  :

Later on, I find the book "Programming iOS 5 Second Edition" by Matt Neuburg pretty much cover all of the above in one nicely structured book made me wish I had it when starting out. It's the most balanced book on the subject and very suitable for early learning since it give the basics a very good treatment. The book gives a solid foundation for more advanced subject. Still, reading the official documentation from Apple would give the most up-to-date and detailed coverage (with the down side that it is  not being too convenient for casual reading). So, it's a good complement for the formal references.

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