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  1. Want to Develop iOS Apps? Learn Objective-C.

    As an iOS software developer, I am often asked whether "we" (a team I'm working with, or someone I'm advising) should avoid using Objective-C and instead use a higher-level or easier-to-learn programming language. In general, my answer is "No". The rest of this post explains why.

    The Problem

    A bit …

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  2. KJSimpleBinding

    Mac OS X provides a pretty nice data-binding technology for developers, called Cocoa bindings. Unfortunately, the Cocoa bindings mechanism is not available to iOS developers, so iOS developers have to spend a lot of time writing code to keep user-interface elements and data in sync.

    However, while Cocoa Bindings is …

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