this is a duplicate of: If I have two developer license accounts with Apple, can I easily switch between the two for app development and publishing? but I want to see if there is another way to go ...
I want to develop an iPhone application, I do not have Xcode nor the iPhone SDK (nor a macbook but I plan to buy one). What could be done without those products? Edit: I intend to release it on ...
Can I develop OpenGL ES iPhone simple physics app with Xcode 3 in C++ without a GUI and Objective-C? So I don't need Cocoa and I don't need Objective-C?
I'm new here and pretty new to iOS development. My question is basically, should I learn the old school development methods or just learn how to do things using the latest tools (i.e. Storyboard)? ...
Are there any risks in giving out distribution certification/private key/provisioning profile to a freelancer? The freelancer needs to build the binary for me to submit (I am okay with this because I ...
Please forgive the humor of the title but it certainly gets my point across. I am quite familiar with C code, I can write it in my sleep and after reading through a few tutorials on iPhone ...
If I outsource an app to be developed, how do I protect it from the idea being taking and they run with it?
Can I use the new Xcode 4.2 to make apps for older version of the iOS? Will they work? I like the new features like the Storyboard and Automatic Reference Counting.
I'm new just about everything 'Apple' with the exception of owning an iPhone and iPad for over a year. I have 15+ years on Wintel platforms w/ C/C++/C# experience, so Obj-C doesn't scare me. I ...
I've been using Xcode and building iPhone apps for two months, but I'm finding it really hard to grasp good application design. I always face problems—like you can't put your tabbarcontroller in ...