So, I've decided to take the plunge and teach myself (with whatever tools I can find) how to develop apps. How? Why with Steve Jobs' CAN DO, & YOU WONT STOP ME attitude. When it comes right down to ANYTHING, well, it just takes a will to learn, and the patience to go through with it. So, having said that, this is freaking hard. First off, I know nothing about C language. Also am not familiar at all with programming anything. But, I'm damn good at solving problems, and using logic. I mean real life logic. But, I think my main problem is that I've started out with Xcode 4.3.2 instead of the versions that are in all the instruction books and guides I've found. They apparently went through some major layout changes, as well as verbiage changes. For example, the book I was using (don't laugh) - the Complete Idiots Guide to developing iPhone and iPad apps, uses folder names like "Classes, Other Sources, Resources" but in 4.3.2 they're called "whatever you named your app, Supporting Files, whatever you named your app+Tests." I think. Either way, it's not very accurate. I was able to create two and a half apps per their direction, but was unsuccessful at creating buttons and linking up their actions using outputs. The verbiage has changed, the layout has changed compared to my book. Anyway, does anyone know of an up to date guide that has a similar function to the "complete idiot's guide" or "for dummies" type of execution. I'm not completely stupid, I just think they're useful for easing into the natural flow of learning something. Help!?!