WARNING : This content was auto generated from a backup file, links and images may be broken.One of the nicefolksthat came along last night asked if I could send him my last slide. I will do one better and post the links on it here (along with a couple of others) with a littledescriptionof each.
Apple Developer Portal access all of Apple’s documentation about developing for the iPhone and OSX there is a wealth of information in there and sign up is free.
Mobile Orchard is a good blog to keep an eye on it provides lots of use full links and articles related to iPhone development.
xCake this is a group of Irish developers that post tip’s thoughts and ideas to do with Cocoa development for both the Mac and iPhone. They also do meet-up’s in Belfast and Dublin that would be worth attending if you live close by.
Stack Overflow is a programming Q and A site that has lot’s ofcontributors it is not just for the iPhone it covers all sorts oflanguages/ platforms and I have found it very useful.
Pinch Media : Piracy in the AppStore a very interesting article that talks about the current state of play of piracy on the AppStore.
Chipmunk is a 2D physics engine that is easy to integrate and easy to use. It provides a fast and light weight 2D rigid bodylibrarybased off Box2D.
Cocos2D is a framework for building 2D games or othergraphicintensiveapplications. I have not used but the project has become reallymatureover the last year.
Oolong Engine is a 3D engine build specially for the iPhone it isperformancehas been improved over the last year and it may give you a good start if your building a 3D game.
An Introduction to Objective-C is exactly that this a direct link to Apple’s documentation that cover’s thelanguageand is worth a read if your going to do any development using Cocoa or Cocoa Touch.
There isplentyof information out and as always Google is your friend.