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is it possible learning iphone by yourself?

 
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and where do you start.


i learn java now. will it confuse me learning them simultaneously?
 
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You start on the Apple iOS developer site, possibly by picking up a book or two, learning Objective-C, and buying a Mac if you don't already have one.

Yes, it will confuse you learning both at the same time: if you were more advanced at Java/programming in general, I don't think it would be a major issue. But it's even *more* important when using C-like languages to pay very close attention to what you're doing. And if your OO fundamentals are weak, the combination of C and Smalltalk isn't likely to go over very well.
 
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David Newton wrote:You start on the Apple iOS developer site, possibly by picking up a book or two, learning Objective-C, and buying a Mac if you don't already have one.

Yes, it will confuse you learning both at the same time: if you were more advanced at Java/programming in general, I don't think it would be a major issue. But it's even *more* important when using C-like languages to pay very close attention to what you're doing. And if your OO fundamentals are weak, the combination of C and Smalltalk isn't likely to go over very well.



thank you for pointing this up.

i need to be patient :(

what if i learned iphone first and java then, a question, just for curiousity
 
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Man, you should really decide by now.
https://coderanch.com/t/505960/iphone/Mobile/learning-program-iphone-worth-it
 
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John Todd wrote:Man, you should really decide by now.
https://coderanch.com/t/505960/iphone/Mobile/learning-program-iphone-worth-it



TOD, i thought to combine iphone with my webmaster course that i am taking. may be i could offer a service that combines iphone with webdesign.

i wondered if that thing is possible
 
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You're a ways off from being able to provide those services--best to focus on basics for now.
 
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David Newton wrote:You're a ways off from being able to provide those services--best to focus on basics for now.



we are not talking about now, we are talking about future.


how difficult is it to convert a webpage from pc to iphone?
 
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I believe that everything is possible in the world and that is why I am thinking that we can learn iPhone by ourself. We just have to knowledge of Jaba and other programming language so that we can know tabout its used functions and programming.
 
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albert thomsan wrote:I believe that everything is possible in the world and that is why I am thinking that we can learn iPhone by ourself. We just have to knowledge of Jaba and other programming language so that we can know tabout its used functions and programming.


In case Jaba means Java then no, Java can't be used to do iOS programming.
A good C background is pretty good to have as Objective-C is a superset built on C language.
 
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It is possible to learn iPhone development by yourself. You should have a good basic understanding of objective C and Cocoa. You can find many useful resources of iPhone development online.
 
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David Newton wrote:You start on the Apple iOS developer site, possibly by picking up a book or two, learning Objective-C, and buying a Mac if you don't already have one.

Yes, it will confuse you learning both at the same time: if you were more advanced at Java/programming in general, I don't think it would be a major issue. But it's even *more* important when using C-like languages to pay very close attention to what you're doing. And if your OO fundamentals are weak, the combination of C and Smalltalk isn't likely to go over very well.




Thanks for the supportive answer. It is really very helpful.
 
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