Making Decisions, Program Flow, and App Design
One of the great things about being an iOS developer is you get to tell your devices exactly what you want them to do and they do it—your devices will do tasks over and over again without getting tired. That’s because iOS devices don’t care how hard they worked yesterday, and they don’t let feelings get in the way. These devices don’t need hugs.
There is a downside to being a developer: you have to think of all the possible outcomes when it comes to your apps. Many students love having this kind of control. They enjoy focusing on the many details of their apps; however, it can be frustrating having to handle so many details. As I mentioned in the introduction to this book, there is ...