Obj-C/Cocoa is probably the way to go. Apple has put a lot of resources into making it easy and powerful.I want to do programming for Mac. As to what language I want to do learn, I don't know yet.
what is "Code Folding"?Xcode was available through optional install on my Leopard disk. I did not see it as a custom option when installing Leopard itself ( I may have breezed by it by accident due to excitement ). However
, insert the CD and browse the "Optional Installs" folder and you'll see it.
Cocoa/Obj-c in my opinion is the way to go. I got myself a MacBook Pro back in March and started programming Cocoa a couple months later. I'm addicted, there is just so much you can do with it.
I love Xcode 3.0's Code Folding ( something I discovered tonight ); Enjoy;
Code folding allows you to hide bits of code you you don't have to stare at it while working on other bits.what is "Code Folding"?
oh ok, i've worked with that before. i just didn't know the term. thanksCode folding allows you to hide bits of code you you don't have to stare at it while working on other bits.
It allows you to collapse away for loops and if statements etc. Just click on the side bar with the arrows facing each other. Click on the side point arrow or the elipsis to restore it.