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Wow. The group and folder reference was so confusing for me. Then you explained it so simply that I feel dumb now for not understanding them before.
Thanks Chris! I'm just learning and really appreciate your videos.
Hi Chris, I think these video's on basic set up file organisation although essential for good project management are a little on the short side suggest you make them at least 1/3 rd longer. Hope this helps, intended to be a constructive comment to an already good lecture.
For those of us willing to watch from beginning to end and put to practice your lessons, you are an excellent teacher. Every single video I've watched has been incredibly helpful! I get frustrated to see so many people ask questions without the patience to watch the whole video or even the correct video on the subject they are looking for! Haters gonna hate. For the rest of us, your video series is amazing. Very well done. I tell everyone about your site. Thanks!
No one likes smudges on there TV so I would have to say in order for a TV to go touch, someone will have to invent a truly smudge free screen or it would have to have some type of sensor field an inch or more before it so that you don't actually touch the screen. By the way, my 10 year old daughter asked me what as the first electronic toy I ever had. I asked her hand held or TV video game? She replied hand held. I looked up the Coleco Head to head football TV commercial on youtube and showed her. She laughed and said "You got to be kidding. It's just lights. What's the fun in that?" I told her when I was a kid that was as exciting and fun as her ipad mini. She looked at me as if I were crazy.
Sorry, I don't see the advantage of the "group" system; I realize, as you say in the video, that everyone works in different ways and all, but can you explain why there would ever be an advantage to the group system. Thanks!
These videos are helpful because I can definitely see how file/folder management could get messy pretty quickly. Frankly, it seems like it would be better if the default in XCode were for all the folders to be blue in the first place, that is, tied to the file system on your computer. So…might it be a good practice at the start of a project to just get rid of all the "group" files and folders as they appear in the XCode Navigator Bar and replace them with the blue files from your computer? That way, any changes made in XCode would henceforth be reflected in the file system, and vice versa.
Your observations about youth, embracing touch-screen technology, is extremely relevant and insightful. Microsoft designed the mouse, keyboard, GUI, and Apple went touch screen on mobile devices. Android brought touch screen mobile devices to more people, at a lower price (and some new features). This ball is going to keep rolling, clearly. Mobile touch-screens are here. (let's all just watch the road while we're driving!) Mobile touch-screens, are the future.
Developers have big brains and years of training but if Steve Jobs were alive today i bet he would say, "there has got to be an easier way!"
Thanks Joao! You're totally right; persistence and hard work!
I appreciate the comment, but if you're looking for code, check out my Basics or Objective-C series!
lol, my friend once you are a football player you must have to train and practice everyday, the same with xCode you have to learn all the things even the the most driers details.
Now for you Chris, nice tutorials that you have!! I see you from portugal!
My niece and nephew at one knew how to swipe to unlock, open the music app, pause, play, and skip sounds. Crazyness
Hey Junaid, I hear you loud and clear! This was my first attempt to teach and i think creating two series (1 xcode and 1 objc) was a wrong move. So i've started a new series (my latest video called the basics) which aims to teach both xcode and objc along the way of lots of hands on examples! Hope to see you in the audience!
so now i just finished you playlist of Xcode tutorials for beginners, so many things are really confusing at this point as i have zero programming experience, jumping to the next playlist of objective c programming lets see how successful u r there to let the people like me to start and have better foundation. every where they start with saying u dont need any programming background and then they keep the pace and style like they have pros in their class, i think u will be different, see u there
Thank you! I really appreciate comments like this 🙂
I'm going to start adding more practical material to start putting some of what we've learned into practice!
My plan was to teach the theory and after all of that, then show how to put together an app, but i realize that I'm losing people so I'm revamping everything to take a more practical approach! If you're interested, check out my site, it's the first post (i posted it a day ago) saying how i'm going to change everything to make it more practical.
tldr: i'm going to revamp the series and teach concepts along the way while showing how to build several apps
I hope you'll stay!
i just subscribed you… good explanation… Thank you.
very good information, explained very well, I just subscribed and liked! Thank you!
How many subscribers do you have? Because you are awesome. Maybe I can learn from you, and we can FaceTime. i'm a teen with big dreams, and I have an app idea, that will win over tons of people. Reply back please! You are awesome man.
Chris, its time for more tutorials buddy! How on earth am I supposed to learn anything without your glorious videos?
Great tutorials Chris! Thank you!
omg chris my baby cousin did exactly the same thing! Her dad had an ipad and she went up to a computer screen thinking that she could control it by touch 🙂
I'm on Episode 5 now Chris! Thanks so much for the help. Its going to help me make an app for my company. Can't thank you enough, looking forward to watching more & I subscribed to your Website, Cheers Dan (Ireland, Dublin)
Chris this is great and im learning a lot. Two questions. What is the next episode? Also just wondering what mouse are you using in your video because I've never seen anything like it? But amazing Series!!!
Is your job making apps?
Great video 🙂
Yeah these are excellent! I can't wait for the next one!
great step by step. Please go further! 🙂
You have a great demeanor and presentation style. Looking forward to more … learning a lot! Thanks
Great Tutorials! When will Episode 6 become available..Thanks
Hi Chris, great tutorials.. I have been using an older version of xcode for the last couple of years, and I've recently updated to xcode 4.6. I am having problems with making a distribution build, and also naming my icon files with the correct extentions.. @2x ?? Is this something you can help me with?
I had an app ready to be uploaded to app store but since may 1st 2013 apple have brought in new guidlines and its knocked me for six!
Hey Angelo, unfortunately i'm busy with my full time job and working on codewithchris so i dont have time to take on any side projects at the moment. You can try some sites like elance and odesk to find contractors for your project
Hello Angelo, thanks for the support! You can definitely do so if you give it some time and effort!
hello chirss, how much do you charge to make an app?
please please more videos, i want develop my own app for my business
Hello Josef, thanks for the feedback 🙂 It's this kind of support that i love to hear! I'm going to be producing and uploading more videos this week so make sure you're subscribed so you don't miss it.
Hello! The viewcontroller.xib should be in the root directory. In my project in the video, i've moved them to their own separate directories. Please download the source code to follow along!
Hello! Going to upload more this week, please stay tuned!
Hello Mike! Definitely! I'll be releasing new videos this week so make sure you're subscribe so you don't miss them 🙂
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