¿Where start?

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  1. you_kn0w

    you_kn0w New Member

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    Hey, i want to programing my own aplications.

    Where can i start?

    What is the language?

    Where can i learn?

    What i will need?



    /Sorry for my bad english, and thank you.


    (I know, Php, Perl, Html (xD), Batch and Bash)
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    you_kn0w New Member

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    O god xD.

    I searched first xD. But i didn't find something!.


    So, please, can any one give me a tutorial or something?
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    You see, it is actually very simple. You can start in 3 easy steps.

    1. Visit the GNU project site(s) and learn the basics of Objective-C, and how it works. Also visit http://developer.apple.com/iphone and read about Objective-C there also.

    2. On your Mac (Yes, you need one if you want the iPhone SDK), go to http://developer.apple.com/iphone and download the iPhone SDK DMG, and install it on your computer.

    3. Go make some apps dude!

    But, don't do what most members do, and spend <30 minutes looking at Objective-C on websites that don't even know what they are talking about. Prior to writing iPhone applications i had a very veg knowledge of c++, and even with that i continued to study Objective-C for over 2 weeks until i felt comfortable enough to actually begin using it.

    Some useful links:

    Skylar's Memory Leakage Thread
    Objective-C Basics

    -John

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