Most of our Mac and iPhone software is written in Objective-C, which is somewhere in between Java and C++ on the easy-to-code scale.
Here are our favorite resource sites for Mac programming:
This is the premier site for code snippets. We dare you to search for a function name and come up empty!
Cocoa Dev Central
We started here, and you can too.
Cocoa Is My Girlfriend
CIMGFÂ has the best mix of tutorials written in a not-too-basic, not-too-nerdy style.
Unofficial iTunes App Store Rejection Criteria
Since rejection is something we’re all getting used to when dealing with Apple’s iTunes App Store, we’re compiling a list of criteria that leads straight to a speeding ticket when trying to get your apps approved.Â Hopefully it will save some of you days or weeks of work!