xcode

Has apple not learned its lesson yet?

It seems not, after apple took almost 5000 apps off line because of what some people saw are PC, reason, politically correct.

Apple recently changed its terms of use allowing more developers to develop with tools other than xcode, we feel it is important to give credit where credit it due.

What makes a good app?

With all the different environments available for programmers, it is interesting to note that xcode is one of the most miss understood programming methods out there, it is not surprising, apple does not go out of its way to explain, or even make it understandable.

In the forums you will notice a lack of empathy toward the beginning user, it is even apparent that official reply are far and few between, in recent changes to the SDK, software development kit, terms of use, many thousands of developers found that they could no longer support the apple platform.

This created a lot of bad press and even more bad feelings among the very people that had supported apple when apple was not as popular as it is today.

In some of these miss begotten, terms, you can allegedly only use “certain approved” programming techniques.

This is not a good way to encourage the creative process.

As a result the forums have become literal ghost towns, with fewer and fewer participants.

If SJ wants people to start using Xcode, I think they will need to put a little of their mouth behind the growth of the tool into a more Object oriented offering, such as many more modern tools have already made available to its user base.

One thing for sure, unless apple changes its ways, one of the things you will be getting with your apple products will allegedly be worms.