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iOS programming recipes
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iOS programming recipes



Richard Harris Richard Harris in iOS Wednesday, January 9, 2013
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I'm certainly not one for the kitchen, but I can understand how recipes are written that make it easy to whip up a nice meal. That's exactly the format in nscookbook.com takes in relation to how they display programming code for iOS.

It's an interesting spin on taking something highly technical and making it more readable and fluent on the screen.

There are all kinds of "programming recipes" on the site, anything from creating Segues with storyboard, to skinning a UI button.

It's definitely worth a look.

Read more: http://nscookbook.com/

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