Check out apps made by fellow readers in April 2014!
In this video tutorial you will learn how to export your 3D model from Blender so that you can use it in your OpenGL ES apps.
So you want to make a swipeable table view cell like in Mail.app? This tutorial shows you how without getting bogged down in nested scroll views.
In this video tutorial you will learn how to unwrap the UV mesh using Blender so that you can add textures to your 3D objects.
Learn how to localize your app into different languages in this localization tutorial.
In this video tutorial you will learn how to edit an object using Blender.
In this iBeacons tutorial you’ll build an app that lets you register known iBeacon emitters, and tells you when your phone has moved outside their range. The use cases for such an app are infinite; the only restriction is your imagination.
Get started using Blender for 3D modeling: learn the components of Blender’s basic scene, how to navigate windows and panels, and how to manipulate objects.
Learn how to write an iOS app that uses Node.js and MongoDB for its back end.
Learn the final part of making a simple 3D game with OpenGL ES and GLKit: adding finishing touches.
Learn how to create a simple Node.js and MongoDB web service for an iOS app in this tutorial.
Learn the third part of making a simple 3D game with OpenGL ES and GLKit: adding game play.
Learn the second part of making a simple 3D game with OpenGL ES and GLKit: making the game scene.
Learn how to make a line drawing game like Flight Control and Harbor Master in this Sprite Kit tutorial!
Learn the first part of making a simple 3D game with OpenGL ES and GLKit: creating a scene graph.