iOS, Cocoa, Obj-C and C++
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Making custom templates for Xcode 4 – March 2011 | Red Glasses UPDATED 2012: Apple broke it all AGAIN (again).
Objective-C Objective-C is the primary language used to write Mac software. If you're comfortable with basic object-oriented concepts and the C language, Objective-C will make a lot of sense. If you don't know C, you should read the C Tutorial first. This tutorial is written and illustrated by Scott Stevenson
It’s been awhile. I blame my bike and the Thanksgiving Steam sale. Don't Forget the "C" in Objective-C: C Declarations - hello. i'm @theonlylars
Sins of a Modern Objective C Developer Community - Speed of Light by Jason Brennan
I often find myself editing the build settings of my Xcode projects because of external libraries or weird compiler flags for Objective-C++. It’s always frustrating when starting a new project to hunt down and reapply these settings. Even though the build settings interface improved in Xcode 4 (my opinion), it’s still not fun to use – especially when you just need to edit a few fields. Share Build Settings between Projects in Xcode 4
LLDB Data Formatters Type formats work by showing a different kind of display for the value of a variable.
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iOS Dev Weekly - Free weekly iOS development newsletter
CocoaDev is a wiki site for and by the Mac OS X developer community. CocoaDev
February 7, 2012 1 You can find so many blog-posts related to “how to build Universal static library iOS”, but most of them are quite weird… Tutorial level: Medium (must be familiar with the creation of static libraries or frameworks using Xcode) Those blog-posts suggest to create two targets. How to build ‘Universal’ Static Libraries for iOS » PixiApps
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