I work in a programming shop where I am a back end dev using node.js. We do a lot of front end programming in iOS for all devices. I have been told I should start to learn how to do this, as I can ease into some projects doing simple work, and building up. Makes me a bit more versatile, and it's interesting. The problem I'm running into is that all the iOS dev books for xcode 6 seem to revolve around Swift. We are not going to Swift any time soon. We have a bunch of experienced devs with Objective-C, with tons of example work in Objective-C. There is absolutely no good reason to make the move yet, and Swift needs more time to stabilize. The problem is, all the programming books for xcode 6 show Swift. I checked Amazon, O'Reilly and Safare. I guess they figure no one is going to buy Objective-C books anymore. They may be right, but it's a pain. I picked up one that used xcode 5, and got bogged down on the first chapter with the differences in how the IDE looks. So, anyone found a good tutorial or better a book showing Objective-C with Xcode 6?