Programming for iOS for a full kettle. Where to start?

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I have obsession to learn to code for iOS, just for fun.

The problem is that I totalcache kettle in programming.

The maximum that is in the background — writing command-line shell game (with ASCII graphics) in C++ under Windows, 6-7 years ago.


Interested in application development, not toys, and certainly not tride.


%username%, advise with some literature/websites/lessons to start?

As I understand it, I will need basic programming skills in Objective-C that can be extrapolated to iOS development.


I just tried to write a Hello World for iOS in this tutorial and after a thoughtful copypasta got 4 errors. Obviously we should start with something simpler.
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I would advise to start with this rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3286836
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It's also available on iTunes U (free). Stanford courses.
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The best in my opinion:
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\riPhone Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide (Big Nerd Ranch Guides)
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The book is written for beginners. Written very cool — as a set of lessons. Not to understand it. The course in General.
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Suggest Beginning iPhone 4 Development. Exploring the iOS SDK.Jan.2011. It was able to write a couple utilitec, the information in the book is quite fresh. Discusses the UI for the iPad.
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Support the first two answers.
And I suggest to read the article "Books, videos and other materials to develop for iOS".
There You will be able to see comments and recommendations are quite a large number of abrowser.
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I started with "Developing applications for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch using iOS SDK" Dave mark, Jack Nutting, Jeff Lamarsh. First, read the scans, the quality of the material is great, especially if you have some difficulties with English. If raskoshelitsya to the print edition will not regret, the book is very sensible in the first few projects.

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Apple is very good its documentation is. In their DevCenter is the section Getting Started, I started it https://developer.apple.com/devcenter/ios/index.action

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Look here courses.
All the good and especially the new books in English.
Therefore, English must have.
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