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AFNetworking is a simple-yet-powerful toolkit for making HTTP requests dead simple. It is my current go-to framework for writing API clients in iOS applications.
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Looking for a solution for managing dependencies similar to RubyGems? Look no further! CocoaPods is a great solution that makes it easy to manage dependencies to 3rd party libraries in your projects.
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In this episode, I show you how to start testing with Kiwi, a test framework built on top of SenTestKit that has a style similar to Rspec.
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UITableView is one of the most common controls in UIKit. This episode will show you the basics of how to make your view controller act as the delegate & datasource for the table view, as well as reading sample data (beers) from a plist file.
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In this episode, I cover what happens if you make a mistake in your memory management. You'll see how the app behaves as well as how to find & fix these issues using Xcode & Instruments.
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In this episode, I cover Objective-C the language. I cover the syntax of classes & methods, then go over how to work with objects using retain, release, and autorelease.