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PabloFierro says
Joost said
proxdeveloper said
Perhaps the best place to learn is http://cocoadevcentral.com/
Thanks! 5 minutes in, this is already proving useful to me! :o

No problem, I used that material to get me started and created this: https://github.com/proxdeveloper/EnvatoNotifier

Also, anyone can grab that cocoa project and check it out, the best way of learning a programming language for me is learning by example, so open the project check out what’s happening inside the app and you’ll understand things better, of course you have to have a certain level of knowledge to know what it is about.

The first time I opened a cocoa project, I was like “what the hell is this” haha.

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Sitebase says

Make sure to check out the video lessons from Stanford University. Search on iTunes for “Stanford cocoa” and you’ll find them.

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bobocel says

SiteBase is right, the best way to learn Objective-C is to check those tutorials, and for a bit more than that check my blog (link on profile page) [link removed by mod – sorry]

Wrote this a while ago. Enjoy. :-)

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