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Get Going Instantly With The Objective-C 2.0 Cheat Sheet

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 I posted a cheat sheet for beginners to Objective-C 2.0 some time ago that you may have checked out.  Now the reason that I created this cheat sheet is because I know there are alot of developers out there with an understanding of Java, C++ or C# who would like to dive into iPhone development, but don’t have the time to go through an entire Objective-C 2.0 book.  So if you’re in this boat this is something you might want to check out.

Now, this is not meant to teach you everything you need to know to program Objective-C 2.0, nor is it meant to teach you all the precise technical details of Objective-C 2.0.  The goal of this cheat sheet is simple, I created this so that you can take Objective-C 2.0 examples already out there, go through those examples, and when you run into something that you don’t understand you can look at the cheat sheet, and hopefully get an understanding of what’s going on. 

I’ve updated the cheat sheet now and added a couple of things, so check it out if you’re getting into Objective-C 2.0.

If scrib’d is going slowly you can download the Cheat Sheet here: Objective-C 2.0 Cheat Sheet

Also, you can check out this video I made some time ago for the original cheat sheet where I briefly explain most of the topics on the sheet.  Sorry if the quality isn’t the best, I’m still trying to get better at videos and don’t forget it’s free!

Best of luck, and I hope this helps those of you who are new to Objective-C 2.0.


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iPhone SDK Objective-C Cheat Sheet Updated

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I have updated the Cheat Sheet on this site with larger headers as suggested by visitors to the site.  For those that don’t know this is a cheat sheet designed for beginners just getting started with the iPhone SDK who have some knowledge of C/C++ or Java providing comparisons with similar syntax in those languages for common Objective-C keywords.

Covered is:
Messages
Import
Self
Method Headers
Inheritance
Property and Synthesize
Interface
Implementation
Protocol
Id

 You can find the cheatsheet here:
>>> iPhone Objective-C Cheat Sheet <<<
 
This is the original video I made explaining the concepts contained within this cheatsheet:

Here is a little video I made about this cheatsheet update:

Please post any suggestions for improvement in the comments.
Thanks.


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The Ultimate iPhone Objective-C Cheat Sheet

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I updated the iPhone Objective-C 2.0 Cheat Sheet Today which I created earlier to accompany my video on transitioning to Objective-C

Please watch this video if you are new to Objective-C as I explain things in more detail during the video. I have updated the sheet to include syntax examples from Objective-C which are similar to those in other languages.  You will find short examples from C/C++ and Java that will allow those knowledgable with those languages to pick up on much of the Objective-C syntax immediately. I am constantly looking to improve this cheat sheet, and would like to hear your opinion on ways that you think this sheet could be improved, or things you feel should be added.  My goal is to turn this into the best possible cheat sheet. Also, I am going to create an advanced iPhone Objective-C   cheat sheet later on, so please if there is something you feel should be included on that sheet mention it below.

Thanks for reading, the next video will be out soon! >>> Download the iPhone Objective-C Cheat Sheet <<<

The cheat sheet has been updated please check out the iPhone SDK Objective-C Development Cheatsheet here.


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