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Tag Archive 'Objective-C'

A Month with AppCode

Anyone who uses multiple IDEs along with Xcode recognizes just how far behind Xcode is compared to others. I would even go as far as to argue it is at least half a decade behind Eclipse. Features which I have long grown use to having are completely absent in Xcode. Then, about a month ago, […]

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What Objective-C Has Learned

In a few of my recent posts, I outlined some things which I believe that Objective-C can learn from Java, the most recent discussing error handling. In order to avoid the impression that I may not like Objective-C, I figured I should outline some of what I believe are the most important improvements Objective-C has […]

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This is one past the last is a series of blog posts I’m writing on things that Objective-C can learn from Java. I’m writing this because I’m seeing a series of ignorant tweets stating how much Java sucks. The other parts can be found here: Part 1 (Generics) Part 2 (Abstract Classes) Part 3 (Single […]

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This is the last is a series of blog posts I’m writing on things that Objective-C can learn from Java. The other parts can be found here: Part 1 (Generics) Part 2 (Abstract Classes) Part 3 (Single Source File) Part 4 (Namespace) Part 5 (Exceptions) For one who has programmed in other object oriented languages, […]

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This is the third is a series of blog posts I’m writing on things that Objective-C can learn from Java. The other parts can be found here: Part 1 (Generics) Part 2 (Abstract Classes) Part 3 (Single Source File) Part 4 (Namespace) Part 5 (Exceptions) Objective-C still retains a lot of its heritage from it’s […]

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