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Announcing OBJ-C Tutorials: an iPad App with Over 50 Video Tutorials

OBJ-C Tutorials is available on Apple's App Store. The App contains over 50 video tutorials and source code. The videos complement James A. Brannan's latest book, Objective-C for iPhone Developers: A Beginner's Guide published by the McGraw-Hill Companies.

Gaithersburg, MD, June 14, 2010 --( iPhone/iPad developer James A. Brannan announced the release of OBJ-C Tutorials, an iPad App based on his latest book, Objective-C for iPhone Developers: A Beginner’s Guide (ISBN 978-0071703284), published by The McGraw-Hill Companies. The video tutorials, along with the book, teach readers how to create their own iPhone and iPad applications using the Objective-C programming language, Apple's Foundation framework, the iPhone SDK, and the Xcode development environment. It’s the first stop for aspiring iPhone and iPad developers who want to build versatile, innovative, and marketable apps.

Few people actually complete the tutorials in programming books, which is unfortunate because the best way to learn is by doing. The good news is that, in this case, the author leads readers through the book's examples with video tutorials. So you can get started with your first app right away. Although the videos complement the book, they do stand alone as valuable learning tools.

For people without iPads, the videos are also offered for free online viewing via The videos include audio commentary and are provided in high-quality resolution. Full Xcode source projects are also available for each of the video via the author's website. The video tutorials are robust enough to stand alone but work best with the background information and details provided in the book.

To buy the iPad App, go to the App Store and search for OBJ-C Tutorials, or follow the link at the author's website, To try the free videos, go to James A. Brannan’s website at or search for them on Vimeo.

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