Multitasking was never part of standard C, heck, threads just barely made it into C++... so that means any solution is going to be platform specific (OS and/or hardware specific). With that said, define your platform...
Hi all my seniors. I am new to obj c. I already know c c++ and java. I like to start with classes and oop features in obj c. So where can i start. I m just a student and 15 years old. Please help. Thank you
What would the minimum developer stack need to be for me if I wanted to start playing around with Objective-C? I'm completely new to this side so I have no expectations/opinions on the matter.
[Edit]I see this question has been downvoted. Normally, I wouldn't worry about this but, in this particular case, I would like to know what was wrong with the question? I have Googled around the subject and found lots of information about the ideal setups but, a lot of it is conflicting and doesn't really address the basics for me - a none Mac/iPhone/iPad user. So, please, what obvious information am I missing?
I was brought up to respect my elders. I don't respect many people nowadays.
I really don't know anything about the Mac Mini. As per Apple: "To develop with the iOS SDK and Xcode, you must have an Intel-based Mac running Mac OS X Snow Leopard or later and you must be registered as an Apple Developer".
I had assumed that you were actually more interested in mobile development for IOS, and not just Objective-C per se.
If you are actually interested only in Objective-C, I think there are Objective-C compilers available for Windows; eg.
I have just started in Objective-C and iOS over the last couple of years but let me see if I can help by answering some of your questions I have seen in this chain.
You can do this on a PC but if you are intending to develop for iOS then you will need a Mac.
I looked into this and you still need XCode to work with the nib files (think resource file in VS). Though I think that Xamarin is working on a replacement for even this well. My opinion is that you will ultimately have to pay $300+ for Xamarin plus an additional $100 for your apple developer license. Since I am cheap I steered away from the Xamarin approach.
Yes you can use this as a development machine. I had initially thought about going this route as well but I needed a new development machine so I went with an iMac about 3 years ago and now have a mac book as well.
I learned smalltalk many years ago and can feel the similarities between the two. I know very little about RoR but can see some similarities there as well.
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