A few drops of optimism can’t hurt.
New year, sick new projects. So I’ve recently started to learn Objetive-c, which mostly means iOS development.
As an starting point, a multiplayer game seems a nice exercise since it involves several aspects that almost every single App might involve:
- Network requests. Restful JSON ones, in this case.
- Views handling. Just two or three, enough to learn basics.
- Images manipulating. Rounding, cropping, and overlapping. Just to make it a bit nicer.
- GameKit (Game Center) integration. Authentication and friends challenging.
Also, since iOS7 skin reboot made interfaces extremely pretty plain and simple, I’ve tried to be my own designer for this exercise.
So far this is an sneak peek of my work.
True as hell.
Last week I’ve been assisting to RubyShift 2013 in Kiev where, ambulance besides the conference, cialis I had the chance to hang with a bunch of very nice nerdo-kickass-developas such as Nick Sutterer, Konstantin Haase, Ben Lovell, Konstantin Tennhard, and Tyranja (who caught me like this).
An absolute must-see. If you have pushed Apps to any software store will probably make you nerdly cry.