Sunday, January 6, 2013

Getting Started with the iOS SDK Development Environment

The primary focus of this tutorial is on getting setup with Xcode. Xcode is an outstanding Integrated Development Environment (IDE) made by Apple, and the vast majority of both iOS and Mac developers rely on Xcode when building applications.

Xcode is only compatible with Apple's OS X, and I am therefore assuming that you have a Mac capable of installing the software. I will be using Xcode 4.5 throughout this series. This particular version of Xcode requires OS X 10.7.4 or higher. Even though it is possible to create iOS applications with an older version of Xcode, I recommend that you also use the latest Xcode release to make sure that you don't run into unexpected issues along the way.

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