After finishing the touches app in Chapter 5, you can say without flinching that you’ve coded Objective-C apps! You’re not alone if, while coding Chapter 5, you felt as though you were struggling to make your way across a tough and rocky road. I say this because all programmers have had to journey over this road. It’s absolutely okay to look back on that chapter and not remember what you did. That’s normal, and I’m about to prove to you that it’s normal. First, I need to explain why you’re going to take time out at this point.
In my experience, when teaching students languages such as C, C++, C#, assembly, machine languages, Java, and others, many students drop out even when they seem to be doing fine. In recent years, ...