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Hello All,

I am working with .NET (VB.NET/C#) technology from last 7 years, but know I am looking some opportunity with IPhone/IPad application development.

So how it will be difficult for me to adopt Objective C as development language and What should be approach. I have time frame of approx 15 days to develop a IPad Application. Any good tutorial for Objective C. I found many tutorials after searching on good, but I need any suggested good one.

Thanks beforehand.
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iPhone Development 101: How To Get Started with iPhone Programming
http://www.touchmyapps.com/2010/01/21/iphone-development-101-how-to-get-started-with-iphone-programming/

Here is a list of tutorials I used:
1. An Absolute Beginner's Guide to iPhone Development
http://www.switchonthecode.com/tutorials/an-absolute-beginners-guide-to-iphone-development
Here you will find at list 4-5 other tutorials, for example:
2. iPhone Tutorial - Creating Basic Buttons
http://www.switchonthecode.com/tutorials/iphone-tutorial-creating-basic-buttons
3. iPhone Programming Tutorial – Beginner Interface Builder Hello World
http://icodeblog.com/2008/07/29/iphone-programming-tutorial-beginner-interface-builder-hello-world/
4. iPhone Programming Tutorial – Connecting Code to An Interface Builder View
http://icodeblog.com/2008/07/30/iphone-programming-tutorial-connecting-code-to-an-interface-builder-view/
5. Learn Objective-C
http://cocoadevcentral.com/d/learn_objectivec/
6. iPhone SDK Essential Training:
http://www.lynda.com/home/DisplayCourse.aspx?lpk2=48369&srchtrk=index%3A15%0Alinktypeid%3A2%0Aq%3Aiphone%0Apage%3A1%0As%3Arelevance%0Asa%3Atrue%0Aproducttypeid%3A4

You can find many tutorials on:
1. iCodeBlog: http://icodeblog.com/
2. ManiacDev: http://maniacdev.com/
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Thanks for Tutorial Links, but what about my basic questions :)
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What is the basic question?
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how it will be difficult for me to adopt Objective C as development language and What should be approach. I have time frame of approx 15 days to develop a IPad Application.
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>>So how it will be difficult for me to adopt Objective C as development language and What should be approach.

Easy. Objective-c is a simple language. It's not C++.
I've posted my list of first tutorials. That's exactly what I did in first 3 days.
Don't think that you'll become a guru after these 3-5 tutorials. You will understand something about Objective-C, iOS, iPhone. That's all.  If your application should show few images on the screen, or it is a calculator, or ... something not difficult, not long, you will do it in few days.

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Ok Thanks. Lets wait other expert's views :) You always come for my help, Thanks alot pgnatyuk.
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Approach?
1. Buy Intel-based Mac running Snow Leopard and iPhone.
2. Download and install iOS SDK.
3. Go through the tutorial list from 1 to 4.
4. Make few own simple programs.
5. Begin with your main goal
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Thanks but I am still waiting other experts comments. It seems this area dont have other experts except pgnatyuk.
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Few nice articles for you:

Making the Move: C# to Objective-C [Syntax]
http://howtomakeiphoneapps.com/2009/07/making-the-move-c-to-objective-c-syntax/

Making the Move: C# to Objective-C [The Gotchas]
http://howtomakeiphoneapps.com/2009/07/making-the-move-c-to-objective-c-the-gotchas/

I didn't see this site before.
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