Zeeshan Akhter

Mostly everyone starts out programming with a Hello World exercise, so let’s not stray from the group since it seems they are doing well…

As we go through this series I will explain concepts like Objective-C (the programming language iOS apps are written in), iPhone development, and programming in general…

Lets get started!

1. Open Xcode and click “Create a new Xcode Project”
2. Select “View-Based Application” and click choose…

3.Give your app the name “HelloWorld

When the application project opens you will be presented with a view similar to this…

If you click on the files from the classes folder you will be able to see the code in the right window. As you can see Apple gives you some pre-written code that is commented out. On that note, I’ll explain to you what a comment is… A comment is text that will…

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I born in Good cultural place called India. My family is traditional family. We fallow all Indian traditions.

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