A bit about the iPhone app development frameworks
iPhone SDK framework has been exquisitely designed for enabling you to integrate the code for specific functions that need to be included within the iPhone application. Framework is basically a library that contains all the functionality that can be handled by your iPhone, including both hardware and software assets. With a perfect framework in place, the developer can easily control the flow of work and execution of the program. Thanks to the iPhone SDK, it has become possible for developers to deliver fine-quality apps within a couple of weeks. Easy programming and less coding have been the two prime reasons behind the incredibly amazing execution of iPhone app development projects.
iPhone App Development is based on MVC(Model-View-Controller) architecture
Also known as the object oriented framework, MVC is a programming style that breaks all your data to objects. These objects are further controlled via a relationship model. As an extremely simple programming technique, MVC model doesn't require a high degree of complexity when it comes to including functionality within the iPhone application. OOP(Object Oriented Programming) is a better means of understanding the application writing process in a better manner. It also works as the right match for troubleshooting specific issues related to particular functions and features.
Yet another major advantage of OOP(Object oriented programming) is that the code used once can be easily re-used and deployed somewhere else. In this way, the developer can save a lot of time that's otherwise consumed in writing a specific code again and again.
Design Patterns- What role do they play during iPhone app development?
The iPhone SDK Framework is presented via the design patterns. These patterns help you understand the right technique of reading the framework, in addition to learning about its structuring. Design patterns also indicate how the application code must be written for achieving the desired iPhone application. If you're keen on understanding the relationship between various objects and classes used within the framework, then going through the design patterns as a whole is the best decision. Design patterns are available in 3 different types including: MVC(Model-View-Controller), Delegation and the target action.