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iOS Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide by Joe Conway, Aaron Hillegass

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Before you dive into the UIKit, the set of libraries for creating iOS applications, you’re going to write an application that will let you focus on the Objective-C language. Open Xcode and select FileNewNew Project.... In the lefthand table in the Mac OS X section, click Application and then select Command Line Tool from the upper panel, as shown in Figure 2.3. Click the Next button.

Figure 2.3  Creating a command line tool

Creating a command line tool

(If there is no Command Line Tool choice, first make sure that you have selected Application from underneath the Mac OS X header. If Command Line Tool is still is not an option, visit our forums ...

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