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iOS App Development for Teens by Teens

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A book by a teen for teens focused on teaching and getting young people into the fun, wild world of iOS app development. The goal is $1,000. Chip Beck says " I took a simple to understand approach to teaching iOS app development. I start the book assuming that the reader knows nothing about programming, and very little about the computer itself. I ease into Objective-C, the language of iOS apps, and provide a checklist of what you need to know to continue at the end of every chapter. I explain everything from downloading Xcode and getting a developer license to submitting your app to the Apple App Store!"

Perks include copies of the book, a virtual hug, the physical book, T-shirts, and a distributors pack.

You can support this project here



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