Finally: the native iPhone SDK

Posted on 07 March 2008 by Johannes Fahrenkrug. Tags: Programming iPhone Mac Apple
I came back from the movies yesterday night (watched Michael Clayton, highly recommended!) and after putting together a piece of furniture from IKEA at 11:30 pm I remembered the iPhone Roadmap event that took place while I was at the movies. So I had to watch the Quicktime stream of the event. Very, very cool. VERY cool. The stuff EA and Sega got done in just 2 weeks is incredible. I've developed on the Mac with Cocoa before and it's just a joy to work with. Being able to use the same great XCode tools and even the debugging instruments for remote debugging is more I dared to hope for. So I can't wait to start playing with it this weekend. I've already downloaded the SDK and checked out some of the tutorial videos on ADC on iTunes. I was laying awake in bed till 2 am thinking about the cool things I could build :). The only thing missing yesterday: An announcement of this years WWDC dates!


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