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iOS

Rich Braymiller
Rich Braymiller
7,119 Points

Where to go now?

So I am just about to complete the new Objective-C Basics course. Where do I go now? It talks about objects at the end. Should I do the retired objective-c course, swift or?

2 Answers

Jason Anders
MOD
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,624 Points

Hey Rich,

If your goal is iOS development, then I would recommend you do the Swift 2 track.

The new / updated "Object Oriented Objective-C" is on the roadmap to be released this month, but I would definitely do the Swift 2 Track as well.

Keep Coding! :dizzy:

Keli'i Martin
Keli'i Martin
8,227 Points

I can't wait for the updated Objective-C stuff. As awesome as Swift is, the majority of apps out there are still written in Objective-C. There is a severe lack of updated Objective-C tutorials out in the wild ever since Swift was released.

ARMANDO RODRIGUEZ
ARMANDO RODRIGUEZ
4,216 Points

Hi Jason, Any news on the updated "Object Oriented Objective-C"? I would still like to study Objective-C strictly.

Rich Braymiller
Rich Braymiller
7,119 Points

i've heard there is a great Objective-C book out there but I don't know the title of it or i'd purchase it...