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Rip Apple Developer resources? I have no internet at home.

Posted 16 October 2011 - 07:06 PM

I live in the boonies and just started iOS development. (iPad, iOS5.0)
I would really like to have the developer resources to search through at home. Does anybody have the curl/wget/whatever knowledge to pull a copy? I couldn't find a download link, not surprising seeing as how having internet is the norm nowadays.
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Re: Rip Apple Developer resources? I have no internet at home.

Posted 16 October 2011 - 07:16 PM

You could check out the Dream.in.Code tutorials. There is a download link at the bottom of each thread. :)
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Posted 17 October 2011 - 05:58 PM

There's all of three tutorials, which granted I am working my way through. But iOS changes so often that its nice to get it from the horses mouth. Also its nice to be able to look at individual classes and stuff and see how they can be used.
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Re: Rip Apple Developer resources? I have no internet at home.

Posted 22 October 2011 - 05:52 AM

1. Open Xcode
2. Under Xcode in the menu bar, select Preferences (Command ,)
3. Select the Documentation tab
4. Click the Get button next to the libraries you wish to download. If you're interested in IOS only, I'd recommend IOS and Xcode Developer Library.


You might also want to make sure you've checked "Check for and install updates automatically" so you have the latest to reference for when you are offline.

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