iOS App Development a Worthwhile Career Opportunity

iOS App Development a Worthwhile Career Opportunity

According to Nielsen recent research reports, Apple iOS based devices are selling more rapidly as compared to further handsets. The fraction difference is quite high. This has dominated to the shift of development towards iOS iPhone apps.

Statistics tell that more than 55 percent of application programmers/developers and designers are iOS app developers while around 48 percent of app programmers develop Android apps. The statistics have moved out significantly in the fresh study as compared to the last one carried out only a 2010. In addition the number of app builders for further platforms is also mounting owing to their attractiveness in the local ample. There is a generally boost in the figure of mobile app programmers as a result of the boost in sale of smartphones and other connected handy devices like tablet PC – Apple iPad, etc.

Latest analysis has also showing that percentage of all app developers who would like to generate iOS applications is also rising as they are no longer paying attention in generating MeeGo, WebOS or Blackberry based Smartphone apps. Future alteration from additional apps developers to iOS application developers is anticipated between ranges of 50% to 60% respectively.

Apple iOS powered devices are more multi-functional than other platforms. These facilitate to include more features into devices. iOS provides better leverage to work upon the organization and knob each development with best result. iOS is valuable over further platforms because of its high performance and advanced features for development tools.

Individuals are also occupied in the development progression because of lesser development bothers and simple updates on Apple iTunes AppStore. Many iOS applications are available on App Store for free so one can able to customize apps as per their own requirements. In this world of expertise, lots of people chase the continuing development and the tendency is to build iOS applications and earn lots of profits in less time. The requirement for iOS app is mounting each day due to high demand of Apple iPhone and iPad. The conclusion is that programmers are focused extra and supply their clients with the right application solution. This defers to highest practice and highest output. Apple iOS AppStore is also cashing upon the user’s needs and attention. They are charging the worth low and still receiving massive returns.

Several researchers says that Apple iOS will acquire around 40% of total Smartphone and tablet market share by the end of this year. So therefore it’s a best to find into this domain and exploit revenue on investment.


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24 Responses to iOS App Development a Worthwhile Career Opportunity

  1. geneva1999 says:

    Anyone know of a better way to connect the UI controls to the code other
    than that split screen and drag and drop for each control method? That
    seems so tedious as compared to Visual Studio. 

  2. Diego Fuentes says:

    Thank you, very helpful tutorial.

    Subscribed, Liked!

  3. Ausstan Layton says:

    do you know how to use a alertcontrol button and make it go back to another
    view controller for example a main menu? I know the coding for the alert
    control just for the part where you put the action in I am not sure what I
    am doing wrong please help

  4. Dario Rigon Channel says:

    swift is VERY easier than objective C…

  5. Rehan Lakhani says:

    If you are used to programming in other languages other then Objective-C &
    Swift you can also use the following:

    nameLabel.text = “Hi” + nameTextField.text

  6. Eric Ruiz says:

    This was a very good tutorial, will more come?

  7. HouseMusicLover001 says:

    Windows phone app development is way more beautiful

  8. Stefan Huska says:

    Great tutorial! but iOS Swift 2 part doesn’t exist on your channel. You
    stopped. Any plans to do it in the future please?

  9. Guhan Yuvaraj says:

    When I run the app, the iOS stimulior opens and I don’t see my label or
    text.. Iam not a registered apple developer. But I have the Xcode app,
    using which I have created the Hello world.. Is it bcos I am not a
    registered developer?

  10. gustavo machado says:

    wow was nice ! but, what happend ? where is the others videos ? come on ?!

  11. Jhoshua Castaneda says:

    nice tutorial man

  12. Lukas Bimba says:

    Please make a series of Swift programming please!!!!!!!!!!!! :D


    great tutorial. thanks.

  14. krisnrg says:

    It’s OS TEN!!! It’s pronounced Ten. Roman numeral X = Ten

  15. Thatponystalker says:

    Do I Need A MAC To Program This?

  16. Вася Дербент says:

    thx for tutorial, i taste the process and i like it)

  17. Alexander Yeh says:

    Hijack(ed) the label… I see what you did there ;D

  18. Imtiaz Gafoor says:

    I’ve really benefited from tutorials on Swift, though I’m primarily busy
    on various projects of different natures and fields. I came across one
    Swift project that requires me to code contact page requiring a button to
    send he information from several text boxes to the company. I haven’t found
    any help or tutorial on that, so I would appreciate some insight if you can
    find the time. Thank you. 

  19. Jason H. says:

    I keep getting this error.. I don’t know why.

    2014-09-19 23:43:15.121 DataTool[41466:4683839] -[DataTool.ViewController
    dataType:]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x7985fdc0
    2014-09-19 23:43:15.125 DataTool[41466:4683839] *** Terminating app due to
    uncaught exception ‘NSInvalidArgumentException’, reason:
    ‘-[DataTool.ViewController dataType:]: unrecognized selector sent to
    instance 0x7985fdc0’
    *** First throw call stack:
    0 CoreFoundation 0x00595df6 __exceptionPreprocess +
    1 libobjc.A.dylib 0x01f5ca97 objc_exception_throw + 44
    2 CoreFoundation 0x0059da75 -[NSObject(NSObject)
    doesNotRecognizeSelector:] + 277
    3 CoreFoundation 0x004e69c7 *__forwarding__* + 1047
    4 CoreFoundation 0x004e658e _CF_forwarding_prep_0 +
    5 libobjc.A.dylib 0x01f727cd -[NSObject
    performSelector:withObject:withObject:] + 84
    6 UIKit 0x00da779d -[UIApplication
    sendAction:to:from:forEvent:] + 99
    7 UIKit 0x00da772f -[UIApplication
    sendAction:toTarget:fromSender:forEvent:] + 64
    8 UIKit 0x00edaa16 -[UIControl
    sendAction:to:forEvent:] + 69
    9 UIKit 0x00edae33 -[UIControl
    _sendActionsForEvents:withEvent:] + 598
    10 UIKit 0x00ee54e7 -[UIFieldEditor
    insertText:] + 275
    11 UIKit 0x015f5fea -[UITextField
    insertText:] + 60
    12 UIKit 0x00feb32b -[UIKeyboardImpl
    insertText:] + 107
    13 UIKit 0x00fe7aad -[UIKeyboardImpl
    performKeyboardOutput:] + 551
    14 UIKit 0x00fe770a __55-[UIKeyboardImpl
    handleKeyboardInput:executionContext:]_block_invoke_2 + 157
    15 UIKit 0x0161ac22 -[UIKeyboardTaskQueue
    continueExecutionOnMainThread] + 404
    16 libobjc.A.dylib 0x01f72771 -[NSObject
    performSelector:withObject:] + 70
    17 Foundation 0x00995b70 __NSThreadPerformPerform
    + 330
    18 CoreFoundation 0x004b97bf
    19 CoreFoundation 0x004af2cd __CFRunLoopDoSources0 +
    20 CoreFoundation 0x004ae828 __CFRunLoopRun + 952
    21 CoreFoundation 0x004ae1ab CFRunLoopRunSpecific +
    22 CoreFoundation 0x004adfdb CFRunLoopRunInMode + 123
    23 GraphicsServices 0x0431624f GSEventRunModal + 192
    24 GraphicsServices 0x0431608c GSEventRun + 104
    25 UIKit 0x00da5e16 UIApplicationMain + 1526
    26 DataTool 0x000092be top_level_code + 78
    27 DataTool 0x000092fb main + 43
    28 libdyld.dylib 0x026c0ac9 start + 1
    libc++abi.dylib: terminating with uncaught exception of type NSException

  20. MrPifflesIV says:

    Great video, very informative and helpful.

  21. TJ Horner says:

    > Talking mark
    u srs bro

  22. bluestripedpyjamas says:

    Exactly 100% what I NEEDED:)

  23. Ha Thanh Tam says:

    thanks. easy and suitable for beginner :)

  24. Alejandro Vázquez says:

    Hello, my app screen just goes white. Do you have any idea why is this
    happening? This was the code, i think it’s almost the same.

    import UIKit

    class ViewController: UIViewController {

    @IBOutlet var nameLabel : UILabel!

    override func viewDidLoad() {
    // Do any additional setup after loading the view, typically from a

    override func didReceiveMemoryWarning() {
    // Dispose of any resources that can be recreated.

    @IBAction func helloWorldAction(nameTextField: UITextField) {
    nameLabel.text = “Hi (nameTextField.text)”


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