|Jan 26, 2009, 04:23 AM||#1|
No, "View-Based Application" option in Xcode
I've downloaded the SDK and was reading through "Beginning iPhone Development" and they say for the first exercise to start a new project and select "View-Based Application", but I don't have that option on my screen. Did I not download everything I needed? The only options I get are for Cocoa. I'm running Xcode 3.1, which is what they're using in the book. I uninstalled the SDK and went through the installation again just to make sure that I didn't exclude anything during setup. Anyone got any ideas?
|Jan 26, 2009, 07:22 AM||#2|
You should have:
OpenGL ES Application
Tab Bar Application
I would recommend you download the correct SDK for 2.2 from Apple and install it.
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