In this post we take a step-by-step walk-through of our project form the last post. During the course of our post we have our first major exposure to Objective-C, and talk about some of its basic features such as comments, importing and functions.
In this post we take a look at the problem of recursive includes within the C Programming Language and examine how this problem is avoided in Objective-C through use of the #import statement.
When getting started with Objective-C and iOS development one of the first things your going to need to do is to learn how to enter code, build it, edit it and run it from within Xcode. In today’s post, we’ll take a step-by-step walk-through of this process and create our first Objective-C application.
There are four fundamental stages or processes that you will go through during the creation of any Objective-C or iOS application: Editing, Compiling, Linking and Executing. In today’s post we take a closer look at each of these phases and start to establish a basic software development vocabulary that we can build on in future posts.
Today’s post will look at the options, cost and process for enrolling in the iOS Developer Program. The iOS Developer Program is provided by Apple and enrollment is a critical step if you want to run your iOS Apps on a physical device, make use of some of the physical sensors in those devices or want to distribute your apps via the App Store.
Today, in the first of our posts on getting started with iOS Application Development, we will take a look at how to register with Apple as a Developer.
There are a number of benefits to registering, the chief amongst them being access to the Software Development Kit (SDK) and a whole range of technical documentation and sample code that Apple provides so, for the benefit of those new to iOS Development, in this post we’ll work our way step-by-step through the process of creating a new Apple ID and registering with Apple as a developer.