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Matthew Bischoff
So, iOS nerds: People often ask me for the best resources to learn iOS development and my list is out of date and in need of a refresh. What links, videos, books, courses, apps, etc. do you send to people who want to learn how to write iOS apps?
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Ryan Jones Aug 27
Replying to @mb
Everyone is gonna say the Stanford course. (I’m not hating on it, I have no idea, but that’s the answer you’ll get.)
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Matthew Bischoff Aug 27
Replying to @rjonesy
Yup, I’ve got that one already. But let me add that.
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Matthew Bischoff Aug 27
Replying to @mb
I’ve already always got a link to the latest Stanford course and Big Nerd Ranch books. Looking for other ideas.
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Ben Kane Aug 27
Replying to @mb
If I need a list I search for Awesome <that thing>. Someone else is probably already curating a great list. In this case:
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Eytan Schulman Aug 27
Replying to @mb @rwenderlich
I like to send people to the first post on ‘s site for iOS development. AFAIK it assumes 0 swift knowledge as well.
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Novall Khan Aug 27
Replying to @mb @codepath
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CodePath Aug 27
Replying to @novallkhan @mb
Thanks for the shout out, glad you found our guide helpful!
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Amber Discko Aug 27
Replying to @xmollv @mb and 2 others
Second this one!!
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Kyle Bashour Aug 27
Replying to @mb
It was a few years ago, but I really loved what Treehouse offered then. Was paid, but really good, digestible projects once you have some basic knowledge.
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Becky Hansmeyer Aug 27
Replying to @mb
I always recommend the $40 starter book from AppCoda (it’ll be updated for iOS 12). It’s written in plain language, is project-based, and the pacing is just right:
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Brad W. Allen Aug 27
Replying to @mb @treehouse
I genuinely got so much out of . Really outstanding courses and great prices.
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Julian Schiavo Aug 27
• Ray Wenderlich • Sean Allen • Hacking with Swift
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Sean Allen Aug 27
Thanks for the suggestion Julian 👍
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Paul Crowell Aug 27
Replying to @mb
, of course
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Marcus Aug 27
Replying to @mb
Official Apple Book - App Development with Swift.
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Treehouse Aug 28
Replying to @bradwallen @mb
Thanks for the shoutout! 🙌
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Brad W. Allen Aug 28
Replying to @treehouse @mb
Thanks for the quality course material!
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Marshall Huss Aug 28
Replying to @mb @treehouse
I think is still one of the best resources for learning iOS.
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Sam Soffes Aug 28
Replying to @mwhuss @mb @treehouse
I usually recommend Treehouse too
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