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Unleash Your Inner App Developer - Diving Deeper
My latest blog post for iPhone Life magazine includes step-by-step instructions and video for learning to build iOS Apps! http://www.iphonelife.com/blog/31369/unleash-your-inner-app-developer-diving-deeper All the best! Kevin McNeish Author: iOS App Development...
Unleash Your Inner App Developer Part 3 - Step-by-step instructions for building your first iOS App!
The third installment of my blog series targets at non-programmers is now live on the iPhone Life web site! In this week's post we begin the process of creating an iOS app that accesses and stores data on the web, and integrates with the iOS camera...
Book 3: Navigating Xcode now available in the iBookstore!
Book 3: Navigating Xcode in our iOS App Development for Non-Programmer series is officially released and available in the iBookstore today! https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/book-3-navigating-xcode-4.5/id598559434?mt=11 This book contains the most thorough...
Q&A: Should You Charge for Your App or Use Another Model to Generate Income?
As I speak at a variety of mobile conferences across the globe, and teach my training classes ( iOS App Development for Non-Programmers ) I get this question a lot. I’d like to share what has been a successful strategy for our company and has worked...
Q&A: What do iPhone/iPad Users See When they Share Your Web Site?
Statistically, about 65% of people surfing the web on a mobile device are doing so on an iPhone or iPad. Hopefully you're getting a lot of this traffic on your web site. Apple makes it easy for iOS users to return to web sites they like by offering...
iPad Users Win Out with Apple's Improved iBookstore!
I mentioned in a previous post that Apple has made some improvements to the iBookstore. This post expands on that! Amazon or the iBookstore? When most people think about buying a book, they think Amazon. I'm a huge Apple fan, have been writing Apps...
Q&A: How To Keep Up With Apple's Constant Changes
It's amazing (and sometimes unnerving) when you think about the new technologies and devices Apple has released in just the last TWO months. Here is a list that only includes the iOS-related items: iPhone 5 iOS 6 iOS 6.01 (yes, already) iPad 4th generation...
Apple releases new version of Xcode (for creating iOS / Mac OS X Apps) today!
Today, Apple released the latest version of Xcode (version 4.5.2) today. "Prolific" is the word that comes to mind. This is great news, because as I am in then process of finishing up our new Xcode book (the third book in our iOS App Development...
Interview: iOS App Development for Non-Programmers Book Series on Examiner.com
I was recently interviewed regarding my new book series by Joey Pinkney on Examiner.com. It's great to have the free publicity! http://www.examiner.com/article/joeypinkney-com-five-minutes-five-questions-with-kevin-mcneish Kevin McNeish Author: iOS...
Q&A: What's the Most Cost-Effective way to Get into App Development?
I'm finally back home after a whirlwind speaking tour promoting my new book series iOS App Development for Non-Programmers . The speaking tour took me to London, Istanbul, and Phoenix Arizona! At these speaking engagements, I'm often asked the...
Q&A: Are There Still Opportunities for New App Developers?
I was recently asked the question "Are there still opportunities for new App developers?" on our new book series ( iOS App Development for Non-Programmers ) forum. I'm repeating my answer here for the benefit of others who are asking the...
Cool Angus, Simon MacLean and learning to write iPhone Apps
I heard from a fellow Scotsman today, Simon MacLean, who discovered our new iOS App Development for Non-Programmers book series. He has a web site called "Cool Angus" that describes his "climbing the iOS learning curve" nicely. He...
Book 2: Flying with Objective-C now available in the iBookstore!
Well, Book 2: Flying with Objective-C in my iOS App Development for Non-Programmers series is now available in the iBookstore! This makes the first two books in the series available both on the iBookstore and Amazon: Book 1: Diving In - iBookstore Book...