In this world of Google, finding the right source for your help is both easy and difficult. While it also gives you some right choices, these options are crowded so much that selecting the right site/blog/forum for taking advice can be difficult. Making your choice, as an iOS developer, simple, here are some sites you can trust.
NSHipster is a journal that shows to you the negative sides of languages to create mobile apps. It shows you the overlooked bits in Objective-C, Swift, and Cocoa. This blog is updated weekly.
AppCoda is a blog dedicated to iOS programming and iOS only. It is AppCoda’s mission is to develop “high quality and easy-to-read iOS programming tutorials for anyone who wants to learn iOS programming and pursue app development,” according to Wikipedia.
Chris Eidhof, Daniel Eggert, and Florian Kugler started objc.io, in Berlin. It was created to provide a regular platform for in-depth technical topics relevant to all iOS and OS X developers. objc.io is published once a month and is freely available online and as a Newsstand.
One place for all the programming tutorials, videos and reference materials. A good resource for Apple’s new programming language Swift for iOS and OS X here!
As the name itself suggests this blog is all about iPhone development and its guidelines. Whether it be Objective C or or Cocoa, or be it the user interface, marketing and distribution, this blog covers it all.
The iCodeBlog, created by Brandon Trebitowski, was launched in mid 2008. Until now, over 100 posts and tutorials have been featured on iCodeBlog.com, which have been considered highly intellectual and beneficial.
Another great resources for articles with real quode samples and projects. You can also access its archive for open source projects.
iPhone dev SDK claims to be the world’s largest iOS development community. Its tasks include focusing on Code help, marketing and general programming.
Arnold Kim opened TouchArcade in 2008 and dedicated it for iPhone and iPod Touch gaming news and reviews. It’s popularity is visible as it possesses over 40,000 active members.
MacRumors.com is a website that aggregates Mac and Apple related news, rumors, and reports. The site was launched in the year 2000. MacRumors attempts to keep track of the rumor community.
“MacRumors is also home to one of the largest Mac-focused forum sites, with over 950,000 members and over 20,000,000 forum posts as of April 2015,” says Wikipedia.
The Pebble is a smartwatch development company that was and released in 2013. Its forum generally focuses on modifications and updations done in the Pebble watch and also focuses on Software Development Kit (SDK).
iPhone developers is a discussion forum powered by vBulletin. It takes part in general discussions for anything even remotely related to iPhone-Developers.
Macworld is a website dedicated to products and software of Apple Inc. “The magazine has the largest audited circulation… of Macintosh-focused magazines in North America, more than double its nearest competitor…” its website mentions.
App Developer Magazine is an information source for iphone, android, windows like mobile developers. Their goal is to provide relevant news and information in jiffy and in brief.
Developer Tech is a hub that focuses on the app industry, through and through. It aims at helping developers to access top level advice and “ensure they are able to negotiate the industry as effectively and profitably as possible.”
AppAdvice is the ideal resource for people looking to discover great iOS apps. They filter through 500,000+ apps in the App Store to make you up to date on detailed app reviews and other app related news.