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    Default [Advice] XCode Tutorials for Newbies ?

    Hi All,

    I am a Windows Software developer. I know C++, Java, VB and some .NET.
    Here are some softwares Published by me: www.jashsoft.com


    Anyways, I dont know Objective C++ and want to develop iPhone Apps for 2.0 firmware. Can anyone post links to E-Books or Video Tutorials for XCode.

    Note: It should teach how to make simple apps with Interface Builder and for iPhone only, not XCode apps for Mac.


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    There is a walkthrough tutorial from Apple to show you how to create an iPhone application using Interface Builder. You have to login the developer forum to get it

    http://developer.apple.com/iphone/li...101/index.html

    Their video tutorials are less useful, I think.

    There are also some newbies tutorials on Objective C and Foundation class here
    http://cocoadevcentral.com/
    But they are on Cocoa Desktop application, so skip those on Xcode and Interface Builder, and concentrate on the NS* classes and Objective C language syntax on message passing, especially on the Objective C 2.0 features, which is widely used in iPhone SDK.

    Oreilly also has a good source of ebooks on Objective C and Foundation framework. I think you can easily find them in the bay.

    For the UIKit framework, you have to go through the SDK documentation. Apple's documentation has no sample code unfortunately, so you have to look them up in the Sample App Code from the SDK.

    Another thing is that you need to learn how to use the Xcode development environment, you can find a guide after you launch Xcode. It is under Help -> Xcode Workspace Guide.
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    Thanks! Thats what I was looking for !


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    iPhone 4 (32 GB) Black, Firmware 4.1

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