How To Make iPhone Apps With No Programming

How To Make iPhone Apps With No Programming Experience

This is my article series to teach people how to build iPhone and iPad applications who have no programming experience.

My focus is to explain things in simple, plain English and get people started making their own apps. Rather than trying to teach everything I learned about Computer Science in University or every last aspect of Objective-C, I’ll distill it into what you need. My approach will be to slowly introduce concepts as you need them, rather than trying to equip you with everything up front only to overwhelm you!

It’s really not that far fetched as long as you have the desire to learn and the persistence to keep at it and get better!

Programming can be self-taught and yes, you can start your own career in software development even if you don’t have a formal background. It’s probably the single greatest thing I love about my field; that merit is based on your achievements and hard work rather than seniority or experience (as in the case of a surgeon for example).

If you DO have a development background and you know another programming language then I believe you’ll still find value in this article series but I also urge to you check out the Stanford iPhone App Development videos. (People with no programming experience may find it difficult to follow because the course assumes that you know the basics of object oriented programming).

Learn Programming – Core Programming Concepts Tutorial

This introduction article is a great place to start for those who want to learn how to program but don’t have a programming background. This short lesson introduces concepts which will make the subsequent lessons easier to understand and digest!

1. How To Make iPhone Apps – Object Oriented Programming and Classes

2. How To Make iPhone Apps – Control Structures, Loops and Collections

3. How To Make iPhone Apps – MVC, One Pattern To Rule Them All

4. How To Make iPhone Apps – An XCode 5 Tutorial For Beginners

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