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iOS 4 in Action: Getting started with iOS application development

 
Sunil Tiwari
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Hi authors!

With bit experience in programming, I would like to explore iOS application development.
Looked at sample code which seems to be evolved from C/C++.

So what are the basic requirements to setup an development environment? Can it be set on Windows ?
How to get started?

Thanks.
 
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Macs are the only machines that can be used for iOS development.
You don't have to get an expensive machine, there is a couple of reasonable Macs options.
 
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John Todd wrote:Macs are the only machines that can be used for iOS development.
You don't have to get an expensive machine, there is a couple of reasonable Macs options.


How much & what would a reasonable mac be? I mean configurations
 
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Apple Store is your definitive destination:
http://store.apple.com/us
You will need an Intel powered Mac and of course the more RAM you have the better (true for any machine, not just Macs).
 
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Xcode 4 requires Intel-based Mac and OS X 10.6.5 or higher.
 
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