Tuts+ is a great place for beginners, not only because of the easy to read tutorials, but also because of selected topics. They cover real basics of iOS development — creating first app, first steps into Foundation and UIKit, how table view works and many, many more.
The game creator features a scene and actor editor, where you spend most of your game creation time, setting up actors in a scene and creating attributes, images, sounds and navigating between actors. The active community forum is a huge plus, with access to help and advice from fellow independent game designers.
I clicked through, and I wasn’t disappointed: not only did the GitHub page include the exact same content as the iTunes U course, but it looked better and included the missing Xcode project downloads — plus Keynote files for class lectures on various design concepts.
The YouTube Capture app native to YouTube provides a mind numbing number of background music track suitable for genre or type of video you can imagine. You don’t have to worry about digital rights management or violating their copyright terms if you post your video to YouTube either.
XCode will help you do the initial set up work when you are creating a new class. To add a class you can simply control-click on a group folder in XCode and select New File… . In the dialog box that pops up select iOS > Cocoa Touch > Objective-C class and click Next . Then name your class and choose NSObject as the subclass.
Determine your audience. The audience of your app will have a lot to do with the way it looks and the functionality of the application. For example, a to-do list app will have a much different audience than a gory shooting game. This will help you
A function is a fundamental building block of a computer program and allows us to write chunks of code that we can reuse as often as we need. In Swift, functions are quite powerful and in this course, we’ll start by taking a look at the syntax and how functions work. Once we have the fundamentals underway, we’ll look at how we can customize our parameter names, add default values and return multiple values from a function call.
Another great iOS programming blog covering subjects like Swift, integration of external libraries, sending emails, asynchronous programming and many more. Definitely check it out, especially if you are a fan of beautiful, flat graphic design.
A little, you’ll need to have a basic knowledge of programming, any language will do. For instance, we’re not going to teach what strings, methods, and classes are. We’ll leave that to Codecademy, which is free.
The reason I started looking into this was because I wanted to release several variations of my app (or rather my app’s database engine). Previously, I have done this by simply copying the core libraries as needed. Essentially, each app of mine would have it’s own Xcode project and point (or have copies) of the code files I needed.
I noticed that the reviews of the authors “iPhone Application Development For Dummies” are a mixed bag and I assume that the same wide range of “love it/hate it” will be seen here. As a rank beginner who has never done ANY programming of this type (all command line apps before this), I’m firmly in the “loved it” camp. No, it doesn’t tell me everything I need to know – what does? It DOES give me a very clear roadmap and introduction and does so much more effectively than anything else I have read so far.
Although Apple provides many stock icons, buttons and other elements, you still need to design logos, images, sounds, etc. You should also think of the technologies the app will require. Will Xcode and App Store be enough? Or maybe the app will need a server, e-commerce integration or other technologies? It is essential to figure it out in advance.
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Lately I’ve been giving some thought about what it would take for me to be able to replace my laptop with an iPad. I do most of my day to day work at a 5K iMac. I only use the laptop for work when I’m traveling or need a change of scenery. For example, yesterday we had some beautiful weather here in Washington, DC, so I spent some time working at an outdoor table at Starbucks.