Aprenda el desarrollo de iOS (ya conoce Objective-C) [cerrado]

I want to start programming for iOS. I already have a solid footing in Objective-C, so I am not looking for a guide on Objective-C. I am NOT a beginner.

Could any of you please point me in the right direction for tutorials on developing iOS apps, NOT for learning Objective-C?

Muchas gracias!

preguntado el 09 de marzo de 12 a las 16:03

Consulte la documentación en http://developer.apple.com/ They have everything from class references, to sample code, to video tutorials. -

This is one of the most comprehensive sites for iOS tutorials: raywenderlich.com -

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If you want to follow written tutorials these are some I found helpful but I recommend you to go through iOS developer Library y Apple sample codes first. If you start following tutorials you will simply copy paste code snippets:

1) http://mobile.tutsplus.com/category/tutorials/iphone/

2) http://www.raywenderlich.com/

3) http://www.techotopia.com/index.php/IOS_iPhone_iPad_eBooks (One of the best reource)

4) http://www.cimgf.com/about/

5) http://appsamuck.com/

Y lo mas importante

https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/navigation/

Before you get started here are few links from Apple which will help a lot and one must go through it once.

1) Guía de programación de aplicaciones para iOS

2) Empiece a desarrollar aplicaciones para iOS hoy mismo Recently Posted by Apple

3) Your Second iOS App Tutorial with Storyboards

4) Your First App Store Submission Guidelines about creating certificates and submitting Apps to App store

5) Videos de la WWDC por Apple.

Respondido el 01 de Septiembre de 14 a las 23:09

For specific example guides on making iPhone apps, have a look through the iOS tutorials on Mobiletuts. Their tutorials are usually well written, and easy to follow.

De Ray Wenderlich early tutorials (> 1-2 year ago) are also another good place to start. Recently he's been tackling much more advanced tutorials.

Casa del árbol is also a good place to learn. They have some free tutorials, but otherwise there's a membership required. It's from the ThinkVitamin guys and their tutorials are A++ for clarity, detail, and quality.

Escribí un entrada de blog sobre el tema about a year ago. Most of the resources are still relevant. I'd recommend reading through the following at least before releasing an app:

  • iOS App Programming - Good primer on the subject and worth reading because Apple published it.
  • Pautas de interfaz humana - This is a must. It will keep you from making mistakes that get your app rejected from the app store.
  • Gestión de la memoria - ARC takes care of most of this, but it's worth having a cursory knowledge of it.

If you're doing non-game apps, read up on Ver la programación del controlador and when I learned to program iPhone I referred to apple's Core Data Recipes con frecuencia.

AppsAmuck has 31 example applications you can look at as well, albeit they have some bad habits/programming practices so take their tutorials with a grain of salt.

respondido 09 mar '12, 16:03

Go up to iTunes U and look for the stanford lecture series. They go through about 20 lectures on iPhone/iPad development. One of the early classes focuses on Obj-C, but it still has a glean towards using Obj-C for iPad/iPhone development, so it might be worth a watch.

respondido 09 mar '12, 16:03

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