I’d definitely start out with books, as there are not many online resources that are very good at teaching beginners. As such, here are the books I’ve used, along with some other highly-recommended titles.

I am not affiliated with Amazon (for one annoying reason, I can’t get into the affiliate program), but it’s the easiest way to link to the books.

Some of these books are slightly dated; they apply to the 3.0 or 3.1 SDKs, but 4.0 and the inevitable 4.1 bear enough similarities. The books are still an excellent stepping off point—4.x is an extension of 3.x, not a replacement.

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