One of the things I’ve illustrated with the iOS project of our Mobile SDK is the ease at which a developer can get up and running with the project template that comes with the SDK. Out of the gate, the SDK demonstrates logging a user in with OAuth and accessing a list of results from a SOQL query to display within a standard table list view. While this is a great boilerplate, especially showing a clear example of using OAuth for login (which if you are still, say, using a SOAP endpoint – you should be looking at OAuth as a best practice) – but if you’re completely new to iOS development, you might be looking for some basic next steps for building out your Force.com based iOS application.
For Cloudstock, I demonstrated the “5 minute iOS application”, which was essentially the creation of a brand new project and then adding in a custom SOQL statement, a detail view and the ability to click into the detail view, all of which are a very common next steps for creating a basic iOS application.
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