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iOS

Mohamad Nur Amin Shahril
PLUS
Mohamad Nur Amin Shahril
Courses Plus Student 1,689 Points

Does a developer memories entire labels in iOS/android developer library?

Hi, I wonder if an iOS/android developer needs to memorize whole labels in the library or did they need refer specific labels if they need to use it? thanks for clearing my doubt in my head.

3 Answers

Amit Bijlani
STAFF
Amit Bijlani
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Not sure what you mean by labels. But if you are referring to the classes and methods then you don't have to memorize them because both iOS and Android have great documentation. However, with repeated use you will automatically end up memorizing a lot of them.

Ben Jakuben
STAFF
Ben Jakuben
Treehouse Teacher

I definitely don't! As @Amit mentioned, you start to know some just from use, but I refer to the documentation and Content Assist all the time. As long as you have a decent idea on what you're trying to do you should be able to find what you need very easily.