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iOS Build a Simple iPhone App with Objective-C Getting Started With Xcode Objective-C Recap

shivam kaushik
shivam kaushik
2,127 Points

Objective-c basics course retired

Hello, I wish to take up the IOS development with Objective-c track. As Objective-c basics course has retired, i took up the new objective-c course. So, i want to ask if that is enough to start the IOS development with objective-c track?

Mazen Halawi
Mazen Halawi
7,806 Points

you can continue with the other tracks in iOS dev with Obj-C track.

Gundra Kiran
Gundra Kiran
Courses Plus Student 5,931 Points

Hello Shivam,

I hope we both are on the same track, I too completed the objective-c retired track but latest objective-c basics came out, you wont believe latest objective-c basics course is lot more cool than the previous one, there is no harm in checking it once, anyways you can continue the track with the old one but it would be nice to keep up pace with the latest one.

all the best for your career.

Kiran Gundra

1 Answer

shivam kaushik
shivam kaushik
2,127 Points

Gundra Kiran - Hello Kiran, I am not able to access the old Objective-c basics course somehow. I think treehouse may have completely removed it. I have already finished the new one. That's why i was wondering if the new one was enough to start the objective-c track because they have not covered classes and other stuff in it. anyway, thank you for the suggestion. I have started the objective-c track :)