Best Books for Learning iOS Development

February 1, 2011

The release of Todo.txt Touch on Android sparked much more interest in the Todo.txt project than I expected, especially in people who don't have an Android device. So, the community is beginning work on a native iOS app, as well as an offline webapp for iOS. I'm totally new to iOS development—in fact, I currently don't even own an iOS device, though iPad 2 will likely change that—so I asked the folks who follow me on Twitter where I should start. Here's what they said.



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Hey Gina, I think the next best question to ask: What open source licenses are compatible with Apple’s App Store? As the VLC story demonstrates, not all licenses are. Perhaps the Apache License?

dogboi [+4]
Feb 1 11 at 8:28 pm

I’m not sure; I think we’re going to dual-license GPL/MIT.

Gina Trapani [+195]
Feb 1 11 at 8:50 pm

Can you tell us what book(s) you chose? Thanks.

AJ Robins [+4]
Feb 13 11 at 12:40 pm


Comments are closed. Thanks for reading!