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May 13, 2012

How to Instal iOS SDK and Xcode on Windows 7 and VM ware

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How to Instal iOS SDK and Xcode on Windows 7 and VM ware
iPhone is a fast growing mobile Technology and almost every developer wants to develop apps on iPhone. But for iPhone you must have a mac PC and a mac OS. This is a problem for developers because most of them want to develop on Different Platforms. Since Windows Support all Development Platforms today we will learn How to Instal iOS SDK and Xcode on Windows 7 and VM ware.


In Previous Post i Showed you how to Install Mac OS on Windows XP or windows 7
Please read Previous post before proceeding.

Instructions

1). Follow the steps how to Install Mac OS on Windows XP or windows 7 or Virtual Pc

2). If you don't have a free Apple Dev Account, create one here. You'll need this to be able to download Xcode 4.1 for free. In OS X, open the App Store and download Xcode. You can view progress of the download under the Purchases tab.



How to Instal iOS SDK and Xcode on Windows 7 and VM ware

3). Once the progress bar is finished, it will say it is installed but in reality it is'nt. Open the Applications folder from Finder. Double-click on the Install Xcode icon.


How to Instal iOS SDK and Xcode on Windows 7 and VM ware

4). Follow the on-screen directions then wait for the installation to finish.



How to Instal iOS SDK and Xcode on Windows 7 and VM ware

6). Once it's done, it should open by itself. If it doesn't, you will NOT find the iPhone SDK in your dock. You will need to open your hard drive. Then Click on Developer, then on Applications.


How to Instal iOS SDK and Xcode on Windows 7 and VM ware

7). You will now see an icon for Xcode, click it and you can start coding applications.

If the icons don't show up, you may not have enough virtual hard drive space to fit the program. Make sure you have at least 10 GB of free memory in the virtual machine. Restarting your machine may be another way to make the icon appear.

Now you can start coding an app for your personal use. The language you will be coding in is Objective-C. If you don't have any experience with Objective-C, TheNewBoston provides free tutorials on Xcode and Xcode iPhone development. I recommend following the Objective-C tutorials
first.

You will be able to test your app on the iPhone simulator in Xcode but you will not be able to add the app to your own device. To add an app that you've created to your device, see the two options below.

Option 1: If you want to submit your app to the App Store, you will need to pay Apple $100 for an official Developers Certificate. This will allow you to sell your app to a very large audience but Apple does place large restrictions on its approval of submissions.

Option 2: If you don't want to pay the $100, you can develop your application for Cydia (similar to the App Store). This option will also allow you to place your app on to your iPhone, not just only in the Xcode simulator.

Cydia is the unofficial App Store for users who have jailbroken and want to sell/share their apps. There are almost no restrictions as to what kind of apps that can be added to Cydia.

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