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Discussion in 'iOS Development' started by Ric914, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. Ric914

    Ric914 New Member

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    I'm planning on buying a Macbook pro and a iPhone sometime in 2010 and I wanna start making iPhone applications.

    1. Can anyone tell me what languages I should learn?
    2. What's a good book/site for learning how to code iPhone applications?
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    jmwerkus Active Member

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    1-cocoa touch
    2-theres a few links on the apple dev connection site i think
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Cocoa Touch is not a language. It is the API used to create iPhone applications. It is written in Objective-C. Therefore, you should have a solid understanding of Objective-C, which is a superset of C.

    Assuming you know Obj-C, you can read the extensive programming guides on developer.apple.com to familiarize yourself with the framework and best practices.
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    Ric914 New Member

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    Thanks Axis. I'm going to start reading about it sometime in Jan.
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