While waiting until the shiny new Apple gear arrives, nothing stops me from learning about the new programming language, tools and everything around this using my Windows PC.
First thing I learned: it is possible to start with Objective-C code on Windows by following these instructions.
The concepts I need to master in short-term, in no particular order:
Using an Apple machine
So wish me luck! I’m going in.
Note: I had installed CodeBlocks on my work dev machine (DELL XPS-12 running Windows 8.1) so I could run C code, but decided I didn’t really need this at this time.
My first Objective-C program
So this is the helloworld.m objective-c program I have been playing with, courtesy of Bart’s tutorial. This amazing code compiles to a nice helloworld.exe program which outputs the prints to the console in Windows PowerShell.