iOS developer starter
Hello, so i am interested in starting to develop iOS apps and i am a computer science major so i have a basic knowledge of some computer language but i am asking the community for some help with this. Like, what program would be best for this, what tutorials or websites or books would be the most helpful? Thanks guys, i look forward to hearing from you all.
- 10-21-2011, 04:05 PM #2
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Also, I forgot to mention that you have to get a free or paid dev account from Apple at developer.apple.com.
The paid one has all of the features in the developer center with publishing your app(s) in the app store. Also, you can get pre-releases of iOS versions like the future iOS 5.1.
- 10-28-2011, 01:41 PM #16
- 11-01-2011, 03:24 PM #18
It's hard to find a torrent that has every file that i need, i've downloaded a few different torrents, snowy VM zips, and i downloaded both VMware and virtual box but only installed VMware, i just have to sit and figure it out at this point
- 11-01-2011, 05:40 PM #20
Heres from an install file:
Installing Snow Leopard in Vmware Workstation 7
VMware Workstation 7
Basic knowledge of OS X and the
Previous boot-132 experience
Retail Snow Leopard 29.99 DVD
(as an ISO)
A pre-made Snow Leopard VMX (included)
Intel Based Processor
----- Step 1 -----
preparing the image
VMware, load the vmx that came with this pkg
edit the vmware settings to
match your needs
set the darwin_snow.iso as the cdrom media.
----- Step 2 -----
Start up your OS X VM
once at the
darwin boot prompt eject the darwin_snow.iso and load your Snow Leopard
Install Snow Leopard as normal
kernel panics on reboot in Snow Leopard for some reason. Just ignore the
---- Post Install ----
TAKE A SNAPSHOT before updating or
making any other chages to the VM.
Use Apple Software Update
Install Vmware Tools
---- Caveats ----
It seems that for some
reason it takes about 10 reboots before Snow Leopard will boot normally
into the VM. you will get stuck at the apple logo for about 3-4 reboots,
then you will get to the dekstop but only get the beachball of death.
Keep rebooting and eventually you will get to the registration form, once
the registration form loads you will be smooth sailing from now on.
will always need to use the darwin_snow.iso to boot your vm but this is a
small price to pay for having Snow Leopard in a vm right?
to PolishOX for forcing me to do this the right way
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