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Making the Leap to iOS 7

By Matt Neuburg
September 18, 2013

As a bewildered Dorothy says in the movie The Wizard of Oz, “I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore.” When you open your iOS 6 project in Xcode 5 and run it in the iOS 7 simulator, you’ll know instantly …

Upward Mobility: Buddy System

By James Turner
September 9, 2013

Sometimes it’s easy to forget that along with XCode, the iOS development environment also includes a ton of useful utilities that you can leverage to make your life easier. Many of them come along with the command line tools that …

Upward Mobility: If I Were King of XCode

By James Turner
September 2, 2013

As the not-so-mysterious September 10th Apple event approaches, it’s widely anticipated that the final version of iOS 7 will be released at the same time. Along with it will come a new version of XCode. While XCode is a pretty …

Xcode 4 Preview 2 Now Available

By Andrew Trice
July 23, 2010

For those of you fellow iPad and iPhone developers out there, a preview version of Xcode 4 has been released. I'm personally looking forward to the integrated single window in the IDE, as opposed to multiple separate applications, the enhanced debugger, and enhanced code editing and navigation tools. Not to mention, the faster LLVM 2.0 compiler.

Making an O'Reilly RSS iPhone App with TapLynx

Making an O'Reilly RSS iPhone App with TapLynx
By Elisabeth Robson
October 27, 2009

There has been an explosion of interest in creating content for the iPhone in the past couple of years, and recently, a corresponding rush of libraries and frameworks to make building iPhone apps easier for those of us who are not experts in Objective-C and Cocoa Touch. Some of these libraries are targeted at web designers, some at programmers.

Developing iPhone Apps Requires Xcode on the Mac

By Elisabeth Robson
October 7, 2009

I've had a few questions about the software I used in my previous screencasts. I created the app using Xcode for the Mac. Xcode is a developer tool, and if you want to develop iPhone apps, you'll need to download both Xcode and the iPhone SDK.

OS X Tip: Opening header files from the command line

OS X Tip: Opening header files from the command line
By Erica Sadun
April 13, 2009

Want a quick tip about searching for header files from the command line? Here's a how-to you can use.

iPhone Dev: IOKit - The Missing Public Framework

By Erica Sadun
April 13, 2009

A lot of fuss has been made about Apple's public and private frameworks. Did you know that there's actually a public framework that you're not allowed to use? Here are the facts.

RubyCocoa and NSTables De-Mystified

By Eric Berry
October 17, 2008

Screencast showing how to create a RubyCocoa application which pulls search results from Amazon using their Web API and populates a table.

The Tools of the Trade

By Matt Twomey
July 28, 2008

In which I try not to gripe about the NDA (gripe-worthy though it may be) and instead look for answers to more basic questions about iPhone development and it's roots in OS X tools.

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