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Old 01-25-2011, 03:09 AM   #2
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I've not done that, though I have written some simple apps in Xcode, and I think that making them for iOS just means ticking a few boxes in the Build info.

Xcode is an incredible environment, though some people don't like it. As with moving to any new platform, you should learn the way that it works, and do it that way, rather than trying to make it do things the way that you want to do from habits learnt elsewhere.

Xcode is free to download from the Apple developer website (you have to register); but it's worth investing in a book or two on Xcode and Obj C. Make sure you get an up-to-date book for the latest version.

You'll find that Macs have changed significantly in 20 years!
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