Start out in ios7 or iOS 8 programming

Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by perlsyntax, Sep 14, 2014.

  1. perlsyntax macrumors 6502

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    I not sure if i should stay with mac os x 10.9.4 or should i wait before i upgrade to mac os x 10.10 and my iPad mini for iOS programming and i shouldn't sign up for iOS developer to i have a app done right?

    Right not i read a iOS 7 book but now iOS 8 come out on wed but i want to make sure it not to many bug in it before i upgrade?Can you embed C into object C can you use C++ to?

    Anyone in here you Skype at all?Just try to make some more Skype friends:)
     
  2. kyussmondo macrumors member

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    From experience with apps in our company iOS 8 has not caused many issues at all with our apps.

    You can use C in Objective C as Objective C is C with stuff bolted on top. You can also use C++. There are many libraries out there that use C and C++.
     
  3. perlsyntax thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Thanks

    I was just abit worry about upgrade to iOS 8 that good to hear you don't have any probe with it.Look like it don't matter if i learn C or C++ before object C i take it?And you think good idea to get my iOS app done before i sign up for apple developer?
     
  4. AxoNeuron macrumors 65816

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    Yeah you can develop apps and run them on the iOS simulator on the computer without paying for a developer account, though it's much more satisfying to run your first full app on your own device in my opinion.

    I am on OS X 10.10 and ever since DP 2 I have had no issues running Xcode 5.1.1 (for iOS 7) as well as Xcode 6 DP.
     
  5. perlsyntax thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Sucks when you don't have the money for the apple developer.What everyone think of the swift programming?
     
  6. AxoNeuron macrumors 65816

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    I would learn objective C first. Knowing Objective-C will make Swift far easier to learn, since the libraries are still in. Objective C even if you do swift. It is better to know both languages than just to know swift, and right now, the best way to do that is to start with objective c.
     
  7. perlsyntax thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Thanks i start out in object C:)
     

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