A generous programmer has taken on a daunting task and has succeeded. Known simply as “Matt”, he wrote an iPhone application for every day of the month in August and posted the complete source code for the public.
Matt’s blog includes a running commentary on each day’s app including descriptions and some humorous remarks. He created one of the apps twice (a physical step counter) because the first version did not work properly according to his blog.
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For those looking to learn iPhone programming, Matt’s blog is a fantastic resource. The source code for each of his one-a-day apps are included. They showcase techniques using Cocoa Touch and Objective-C that most iPhone app developers will need to know and understand. While beginners may need to consult some additional reference materials to work through his apps, they are a good jumpstart for new developers.
In keeping with Matt’s goal is to share his knowledge of iPhone development, he has freely licensed the source code to his apps with a simple request that he receive a voucher for any published apps that use his code. To get to Matt’s prolific app-a-day blog, click here:
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