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What are Objective-C categories?

Hi everybody, I got a couple of e-mails asking what Objective-C categories are, as a couple of developers ran into them when looking up stuff using the jump to definition, research assistant and help in Xcode. I didn’t explain them in my first Objective-C tutorial as they are not too identical to something that already…

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Understanding Source Code – iPhone Development Getting Started Tutorial #3 2/2

Here’s the second part of this tutorial, quite a bit new in here also! Some of the stuff covered: UITextField UIApplicationDelegate @property copy modifier Please keep the questions coming, I’ll be adding answers to many of them very soon.  Please post in the comments below as I don’t check my Youtube inbox that often!

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Understanding Source Code – iPhone Development Getting Started Tutorial #3 1/2

Ok, here’s the first of two videos where I go through and analyze the source code provided by Apple in it’s HelloWorld file. We look at quite a few new terms here, such as the @class declaration, and dealloc, along with some modifiers used with the @property declaration. The fully commented source code can be…

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Iphone SDK Development Tutorial #2 – Transitioning To Objective-C

This is the second tutorial on iPhone application development. This tutorial is geared towards someone with a basic understanding of C/C++ or Java and object oriented principles.  It is a basic overview of some Objective-C syntax that someone transitioning from another language is unlikely to be familiar with. If you’re unfamiliar with C/C++ or Java…

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iPhone SDK Development Tutorial – First Step Towards The App Store

This tutorial is a first step towards getting an App in the Apple App Store.  It is an extremely brief tutorial meant for those at the absolute start of iPhone development. Action Guide: 1. Verify system requirements for sdk are met. 2. Head to Apple’s iPhone Developer Center and download the SDK. 3. Download the…