Essential Apple-related Instruction on

[Updated April 30, 2012]

April 30, 2012 Unit Testing iOS Apps with Xcode 4
March 2, 2012 iOS 5 SDK with Xcode 4 Essential Training
February 3, 2012 Titanium Mobile App Development Essential Training
December 8, 2011 iOS 5 SDK New Features
November 21, 2011 Using Regular Expressions
September 25, 2011 Building and Monetizing Game Apps for iOS
October 13, 2011 Building Android and iOS Apps with Dreamweaver CS5.5
July 14, 2011 Building Android and iOS Apps with Flex
April 29, 2011 Xcode 4 New Features
March 24, 2011 Objective-C Essential Training
February 24, 2011 Flash Professional CS5: Creating a Simple Game for iOS Devices
February 18, 2011 Distributing iOS Applications Through the App Store
February 4, 2011 Distributing Mac OS Applications Through the App Store
December 9, 2010 iOS 4: Building Data-Driven Applications
September 1, 2010 iOS 4 App Development New Features
July 15, 2010 iPhone SDK: Developing iPad Applications
October 20, 2009 iPhone SDK Essential Training is an essential resource for all Apple developers. Besides having training courses for Apple native software development, there are other courses which will help you with other things such as setting up your website, helping you with your artistic and design skills, and much more. I found that after I started looking at just the development-related stuff listed in the table below, my wish-list of things to watch started doubling and tripling as I discovered other things that I found important and interesting to me.

Here at the Information Workshop, we’re really into the importance of the Art of the Explanation, and the people at understand this art, science and technology to the fullest. Their explanations and instruction are extremely well done.

Even better, it’s very inexpensive. You pay a flat monthly fee of $25 for all you can eat and their buffet is excellent (cruise ship quality :-)). Furthermore, this pricing model works well because as information become stale, there may still be gems in the older stuff, such as the section on memory management in the almost two year-old iPhone SDK Essential Training that you can still take advantage of.

In the same way that you can move between devices and pick up where you left off when using iBooks or the Amazon Kindle, the same is true with instruction, which plays well on your PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone and AppleTV with AirPlay, in high quality widescreen format.

Check it out and see for yourself. Before joining, you can sample 10% of every course to get a glimpse of what you’re going to get in that course, and sample the quality of


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