Mobile Roundup 1
NSHipster - Ever come across a tutorial that breezes through the explanation of a very obscure class or library? Not this one! On NSHipster, you get insight to specific explanations of various classes and libraries in both Objective-C and Swift check. It’s a popular iOS blog journal that focuses on overlooked parts of Objective-c, Swift and Cocoa libraries.
WWDC 2015 - Newbie or not, if you are interested in iOS or love Apple products, watch the videos from WWDC, Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers conference. Watch Drake’s debut into the world of programming or learn about the new Search APIs in iOS9, which will be released this fall.
Apptentive - Launching or in the process of launching an app into the iTunes App Store? As a new developer, it’s hard to get feedback on what users think of your app experience. Apptentive lets you easily integrate ratings, surveys and even help-center messaging inside your app. They have a great free plan that is good for new developers with smaller user bases.
Developing iOS 8 Apps with Swift by Stanford - For learning Swift, download Stanford’s Developing iOS 8 Apps With Swift on iTunes for free.
Ry’s Objective C Tutorial - Need to better understand how Objective C works? Read RyPress’s Objective-c tutorial. It covers the difference between Objective-C and C, classes, properties, methods, protocols, blocks, exceptions, data types and more.
NYTimes Objective-C Style Guide - Want to learn how to be a stylish coder? I’m not talking about fashion, I’m talking about code style. As a newbie, understanding what is good style can be hard, and a great way to learn is to check out style guides from other established companies. The NYTimes has their code style guide for Objective C on Github which covers everything from spacing to imports to functions.
Parse - When you build an application you will usually need someplace to store your data. Parse is a cloud database service that works on any platform. They have understandable tutorials for all their SDKs to show you how to set up your databases.