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Learn iOS – Free Lesson Plan

by Chris Ching

The path to learn iOS is a treacherous one. It’s filled with outdated tutorials, absent teachers and false promises of quick results. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place. If you want to learn iOS programming and you’re serious about it, check out this up-to-date lesson plan.

How To Make A Dice Roll iPhone App

by Chris Ching

Beginners will learn how to build a dice roll app step by step. No programming experience required! This tutorial is the perfect introduction to Xcode and Swift and is suited for people who have already completed the War App.

Learn Swift 3 for Beginners

by Chris Ching

Just updated. No programming experience needed. Follow this complete set of tutorials to learn Swift programming for building iOS apps. After going through the lessons, try the programming challenges at the end and get your name on the wall of fame!

How Much Does It Cost To Make An App?

by Chris Ching

You want to make an app? Well there’s more than one option and depending on your budget, your free time and risk tolerance level, one of the options below will suit you the most. Since prices vary amongst companies and freelancers, I decided to outline the cost relative to each other. I also highlight some […]

Q&A: I Have an App Idea. Where Do I Begin?

by Chris Ching

In this episode’s Q&A, we help people who have app ideas but are unsure of where to begin. Should you outsource the development of your app or should you learn programming and build it yourself? This video covers some of the pros and cons. If you’d like to download the slides for this presentation, you […]

Dash – The offline documentation library

by Chris Ching

Have you ever found yourself without an Internet connection and the need to search for a piece of code or info on a method? As iOS developers, we work with Objective-C and Swift and you can download the iOS 8/Xcode 6 library from the settings in Xcode. Those 2 languages aren’t the only ones we […]