At the 2014 WWDC, Apple announced a new programming language called Swift. With inferred types, simple syntax, and an interactive editor (“playground”), it is easier to learn than its predecessor, Objective-C. Also, is offers performance enhancements over alternative languages. But will Swift have a drastic effect on the iOS and Mac application development process? The […]
Hip hip, hooray! It’s time for another Objective-C tutorial. I’m going to try to keep this one short but sweet, as it is intended to add some additional information to our last tutorial. I’ll be talking about using instance variables in our main function. An instance variable is a variable that is defined within a […]
Hit the play button on your favorite music video, because it’s time for yet another tutorial on the awesome programming language that is Objective-C! In our last tutorial, we studied classes. In our code, we made the “Alien” class. This time ’round, we’re going to make an object. This object is going to be “Bill”. […]
As you probably heard on the news this morning, there is a new Objective-C tutorial out. And it’s right here. How cool is that? Last time, we discussed if else statements and basic loops. This time, we’re going to master the art of the class. So what is a class? A class is basically a […]
And it’s time for a shiny, new Objective-C tutorial! In our last tutorial, we covered variables and data types. In this tutorial, we will be covering the famous if else statements as well as loops. Enjoy! The if-else Statement So what exactly is an if else statement? It is a statement that allows the computer […]
In our last Objective-C tutorial, we covered setting up Xcode, running the Hello World program, and making comments. In this tutorial, we are going to go over variables. If you went through any basic algebra course, then you probably know what a mathematical variable is. As a quick reminder, a variable is a […]
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