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I have HP-2000-Notebook Pavilion series with windows on it. More my notebook doesn't support visualization technology.

I want to develop and iOS app in objective c. Is there any alternative that work for me? rather than buying apple notebook.

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Nope, apple requires that apps are build in Xcode.

  • And what if only want to start now as objective C. – Muhammad Taqi Dec 26 '14 at 7:08
  • You can write objective c in any sdk you like, but to publish your apps on an mac or iDevice, the need to be compiled in xCode – Jules Dec 26 '14 at 7:20

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