Introduction to Objective-C Tutorials

Objective-C is Apple's powerful object oriented programming language that is used to write most of the applications that run on the Mac and the iPhone. We think that knowing it is essential to being a developer on Apple's OS's. Therefore, we try to do at least one Objective-C tutorial each year to help people get started.

Objective-C 2.0

With Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Apple introduced Objective-C 2.0, complete with tons of new features. This tutorial hinges on both the basics of the language, in addition to many of the features unique to the second revision of Objective-C.

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Advanced Objective-C 2.0

This talk gets more in depth with Objective-C, and covers such topics as memory management, autorelease pools and semantics, categories, delegation, and exceptions.

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Objective-C 1.0

This was the first version of Objective-C. If you are looking for the slides from our talk from two years ago, you can still check them out. However, you will find all the information you need with the Objective-C 2.0 slides.

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