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1Code, 2Code, 3Code......xCode
Contributed by: Some Desi, at 1/26/2005 09:42:00 AM.

do you like to do code? NO!

I am sure you will change your mind, once you start using xCode by Apple. It's a very powerful, yet a simple software. When you combine the power of xCode with Interface Builder, Java and Cocoa, you will be surprised by the endless options and possibilities available to you. xCode allows you to code in Cocoa in harmony with Java or Objective-C.

The most astonishing part is the ease of use of xCode and Interface Builder. The interface builder, as the name suggests, lets you design the interface of your software and lets you connect all the objects and classess with just a click of the mouse. If you have no prior knowledge of coding, you can still use Interface Builder to design a simple application that converts miles into kilometer in under an hour. Only thing you will need is a single line of code that will do the conversion in your application. And if you don't know where to put the line, just use the xCode Help option. The help file is so comprehensive that you will have no need to go online to check. xCode and Interface Builder let you design industry standard software with extreme ease of use.

I am sure there are similar options on the MicroSoft platform but I am just amazed by the simplicity and ease of use of both, xCode and Interface Builder.

To design your own application or to learn more, visit: http://developer.apple.com
Download xCode: http://developer.apple.com/tools/download/
Learning xCode (.pdf): here
Learn Interface Builder: Introduction to Interface Builder

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