|Feb 4, 2007, 03:51 AM||#1|
Should I buy now or wait
I really want to get into xcode programming, The only interface I have known in Visual Studio on Windows which appears quite different.
I have heard alot about xcode 3.0 coming with leopard.
but will it be that to 2.4?
my question is should I buy a book now based on xcode 2 or wait for a book release on xcode 3?
any suggestions would be great
|Feb 4, 2007, 04:54 AM||#3|
If Apple's previous behaviour is any indicator of the future then nothing from XCode 3.0, the updated version of Interface Builder or Objective C 2.0 will be backported to any previous OS.
But this does not mean that stuff you learn now will not be useful in the future. If you buy a book now and learn the basics you should be able to pick up the new stuff using the online documentation without buying another book.
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|Feb 6, 2007, 06:28 AM||#5|
The choice of books specifically for xcode isn't huge - especially when you consider the mountain of books for anything visual studio related. Fritz Anderson's book is very good though (well I thought it was).
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