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Setting up your Xcode environment - On-line Meetup

  • Apr 9, 2013 · 10:30 AM

Follow along as we setup a brand-new Mac with Xcode and build a simple iOS application.

This is geared toward people who have an interest in developing an iOS application but are not sure where/how to get started. You will follow along via GoToMeeting screen sharing as I walk through all of the steps to setup a brand new system for development.

You will see the steps required to get started developing an iOS application using Xcode on your Mac.  We will cover the following topics:

  • Installing Xcode
  • Getting a Developer Account with Apple
  • Requesting a developer certificate.
  • Hooking Xcode up to a physical device (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad).

Along the way we will build a simple application and see how to compile and run it.

By keeping the size small (only 8 people can attend) there is plenty of time to answer questions during the hour.

NOTE: We are not using Google+ Hangouts anymore. The process of getting meetup members to join the hangout was just too painful.  We will now be using GoToMeeting and will be sending out an e-mail with a direct link to the meetup.  The e-mail will be sent about during the hour before the scheduled start time. You will need to make sure that the GoToMeeting plugin is installed and properly working in your browser at that time.


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  • Rick E.

    Instead of setting up Xcode environment, you might consider changing the title to "how to set up connecting physical iOS devices with Xcode." As mentioned in the meeting, basic Xcode setup is pretty straight forward, so I guess it only reasonable to talk about managing licenses for testing physical devices. It just was different from what I was expecting.

    April 9, 2013

    • Bennett S.

      Thanks for the feedback. I really appreciate it.

      1 · April 12, 2013

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