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Some iOS Developer Startup Tips
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Some iOS Developer Startup Tips



Richard Harris Richard Harris in iOS Thursday, January 17, 2013
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The early days of using xCode was a bit like trying dialing out to AOL in the 90's. You weren't guaranteed to get connected, and the process was painful. But today xCode is standing tall with a mighty footprint in the sand for developers to step into and is many times more powerful than it's early versions. Creating an app is easier than before, but it's still a complicated beast and if you are just beginning there can be a few simple tips you can use that will help you get off on the "right foot".


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