Writing Your First iPhone Application

Since Apple lifted the NDA for released applications, it is now possible to create teaching materials on how to develop apps for the iPhone. The Pragmatic Programmers recently released their own set of screencasts for beginners that want to get started making their first iPhone app.

The screencasts show how to build an app from the bottom up from scratch. They are led by Bill Dudney as he walks you through the process step by step. For $25 you get access to 3 hours of instructional screencasts. They’re also offering one free 20-minute “Getting Started with Xcode and Interface Builder” screencast. If you’re interested in starting to develop apps, this might not be a bad place to start.

You can check out the screencasts and get more information on it at their website, PragProg.com


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