>The exact four books I read are:
>iOS Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide
>Android Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide
>However, I would now recommend learning Swift instead of Obj-C. At the time when I was looking into iOS books, good books on Swift were few and far between.
From u/AlCapwn351 in regards to other sources to learn from:
>When you get stuck www.stackoverflow.com will be a lifesaver. Other than that, YouTube videos help and so do books. Oh and don't be afraid to google the shit out of anything and everything. I feel like an early programmers job is 90% google 10% coding.
>It's also good to look at other peoples code on GitHub so you can see how things work.