iPhone Apps 101: Create Your First iPhone App with Xcode 5 and Objective-C. iPhone Apps 101: Create Your First iPhone App with Xcode 5 and Objective-C
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Learn to create an iPhone app from scratch. I'll show you what we're building conceptually. Then I'll introduce you to Xcode 5 where I'll show how to create the user interface (UI) and then connect the UI to the code. You will see how to work with button presses and write some logic to process user input.
This is a great introduction to app development that will show you where to look in Xcode, so that you can be productive and not feel lost. I'll show you how to use format tokens with NSLog, which can also be used with printf.
Format tokens: https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/Cocoa/Conceptual/Strings/Articles/formatSpecifiers.html
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