How to Keep your View Controllers Small for a Better Code Base

iOS apps are built according to a widespread programming pattern: the model-view-controller pattern (or MVC). The MVC is a high-level pattern used to describe the global architecture of an application and to classify objects according to the general roles they play. In MVC objects tend to be more reusable and programs are more easy to change.

Objective-C Guide For Developers, Part 5

After seeing how classes and objects work in Objective-C, this part will be completely dedicated to types in Objective-C. This feature comes straight from C, but it’s still extensively used in Objective-C programming, including Apple libraries. Since you will encounter this quite often, it’s worth to spend some time having a look at this feature.

Table of contents

Defining custom types
Constants and enumerations
Bitwise operators and bitmasks
Structures