iOS 5 By Tutorials Now In Print – and Giveaway!

Ray Wenderlich
iOS 5 by Tutorials Now in Print!

iOS 5 by Tutorials Now in Print!

The iOS Tutorial Team and I are proud to announce that by popular request, iOS 5 by Tutorials is now available in print!

The book was so huge that we had to split it across two volumes, each volume clocking in at around 450 pages:

  • Volume 1 contains the first 10 chapters, covering ARC, Storyboards, iCloud, GLKit, and UIKit Customization.
  • Volume 2 contains the remaining 19 chapters – covering Twitter, Newsstand, Turn-Based Gaming, Core Image, and a lot more.

And to celebrate the launch, we’re giving away two free copies of both volumes!

All you have to do to enter is leave a comment on this post – in 48 hours we’ll choose one winner randomly, and one winner with the highest forum post count (forum mods excluded).

Please note that to win you must live in the United States. I’m sorry about this to our foreign readers but I’ve gotten bit one too many times with paying crazy shipping costs ;]

Update 5/4/12: And we have some winners! Congrats to our random draw winner jlchapman, and our most active forum member winner Phoenix! Thanks to everyone who entered the contest!

If you’re interested in picking up a print copy, you can find it on – again here are the links for volume 1 and volume 2.

Note that the print versions and PDF versions are completely separate products for sale separately.

That’s it – we hope you guys enjoy the print version! :]

Ray Wenderlich

Ray is an indie software developer currently focusing on iPhone and iPad development, and the administrator of this site. He’s the founder of a small iPhone development studio called Razeware, and is passionate both about making apps and teaching others the techniques to make them.

When Ray’s not programming, he’s probably playing video games, role playing games, or board games.

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  • Good news. Buying it for sure!
  • Awesome, fantastic, anything that the Ray Wenderlich team provides is nothing but knowledge. This is where I got my foothold on xcode programing and consider this site the "Bible Site Of Xcode Programming". Much praises and respect to all who share their knowledge to us (me, I) beginners. I already brought one of Rays other books "IOS 5 by tutorials", "Learning COCOS2d: A Hands-ON Guide To Building IOS Games With Cocos2d, Box2d, and Chipmunk (also with Rod Strougo)". In fact, the way these guys provide these hands on tutorials, is like going to school for free>
  • Am I late for the giveaway? :oops:
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