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I ve mentioned it already, but it bears repeating. This book is not about learning to write Objective-C code. The focus is on introducing you to, and making productive use of, the Xcode Tools. Along the way, there will be many completely worked examples that are obviously written in the language, but there will not be extensive discussion of language syntax or structure. There are plenty of great books and other resources out there to help you with that. This book is a learning book, and as such is not aimed at advanced developers. As a result, many of the topics are introduced and described to a sufficient level of detail to let you being to be productive, but no further. If I were to cover every topic in exhaustive detail, you d be holding a book of over 1000 pages right now!
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Well, that s what you have in store if you really are on the way to the checkout with this book. The journey begins here: it should be fun, and you will learn a lot! I hope you enjoy the journey, and I look forward to seeing the fruits of your labor when I buy your killer applications! Turn the page now, and let s get started.
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OK, you re persuaded. Apple s world-class development tools are within your grasp, and Xcode is worth a serious look. It s time to set it up on your computer. In this chapter, you are going to get Xcode (actually, you may already have it!), install it, and get to know the coding environment aka, the Xcode Workspace. You will create, build, and run the simplest possible application.
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Before starting, it s worth explaining some terminology. Though they are often used interchangeably, there s a difference between Xcode and Xcode Developer Tools. The Xcode application is your entry point to Xcode development, and it gives you access to the Xcode Workspace. This is your working environment the place where you are going to do the bulk of your code development, and the focus of this chapter. The term Xcode Developer Tools covers the whole suite of tools, including Interface Builder (which is the subject of the next chapter), Instruments, Shark, the documentation set, and so on. You will learn more about these tools throughout the rest of the book.
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You may already have the Xcode Developer Tools: Apple includes them in the installation media for every new Mac. In the Optional Installs folder, you ll find Xcode Tools, and within that folder, Xcode.mpkg. Given the rate of change of Xcode features (Apple doesn t tend to rest on their laurels with any of their products, and Xcode is no exception) the chances are that the version on your disk is out of date, so it s a good idea to go and fetch the latest version from the Apple Developer Connection site, which this book will refer to as ADC for the most part.
CHAPTER 2: Introducing the Xcode Workspace
You can t just go and download the tools, unfortunately; you first need to register as a developer on the site. The good news is that the process is easy, immediate, and always a bonus free. Let s walk through it. Point your browser to the Mac Dev Center home page at http://developer.apple.com/ mac/. From here you can explore plenty of useful resources for Mac development, but for now follow the link to register for a free ADC Online Membership. You have a range of options for ADC membership, and it s worth coming back to explore these later, but your aim now is just to get the tools. So find the button to register for ADC Online Membership, and then complete the registration form. Once you have completed the form, you will find yourself back at the Mac Dev Center home page. Find the link to log in and use your freshly minted credentials. What you see on the resulting page depends on your membership level, but at a minimum there will be a link to download the latest version of Xcode. Follow this link and the download will start immediately. You will notice that the installation kit is substantial nearly a gigabyte for Xcode 3.1.2 so depending on your network connection it may take some time to download. Finally, though, you will have a file with a name like xcode312_2621_developerdvd.dmg. Doubleclick this to mount it on your Mac s desktop, and you ll see the installation kit. Note that this is also what you would see if you had started from the Install DVD with an up-todate copy of the tools, so from this point on the process is the same whether you install from a download or from the Install DVD.
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