Couple Questions

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  1. manutdfan539

    manutdfan539 New Member

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    Okay, I just installed set up WinChain and I have Notepad++ and Cygwin installed as well, and I have a few questions about some things:

    1. How should I approach learning Objective C?

    2. Will my apps be able to go on the AppStore? (I just want to learn, no biggy if they can't)

    3. How can I install my apps over SSH?

    4. Are there any tricks in Objective C?

    5. Should I learn C first?

    6. And, Last but not least, (So far) Is anyone else using WinChain?



    Notices:
    Sorry if there is no discussing this.
    Please don't say to just get a Mac/Hackintosh, I want to LEARN first.
    I will probably add more questions.

    THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR HELP!!!​
  2. Cyanidepoison

    Cyanidepoison Active Member

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    1. Reading a book.
    2. No.
    3. Using... SSH. I put all the commands in my makefiles.
    4. Remember to free all the memory you use.
    5. Not unless you want to and plan on using lots of low-level stuff that only exists in C-land.
    6. I develop on Linux.
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    manutdfan539 New Member

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    Any books in mind?
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    Chicken Retired Moderator

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    iPhone Developers Cookbook, by Erica Sadun, it's an amazing book, and can be found on Amazon.
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    centroid New Member

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    actually imo... you should really check out the dev center first. If it gets confusing then you can check a book.
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    manutdfan539 New Member

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    Ok, so just download the videos?
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    Kukumber New Member

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    I found it a bit easier to set up OSX in a VMWare and use the official SDK, has the advantage that it comes with all the convenient tools, help and documentation.
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    manutdfan539 New Member

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    Does that cost $$?

    If so how much, and if not, how?
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    thats a good book, but it's geared toward ppl taht know objective-c, it's just a cookbook, filled with code, you still need to know how to cook to use it
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    manutdfan539 New Member

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    Yeah, what he said.

    Does anyone have a book to learn Objective C?

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