In this video I show you how to get Xcode on Windows 10 (along with OS X) so that you can do iOS development on Windows, without needing to spend thousands of dollars on a Mac.
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This tutorial shows you how to install OS X Capitan inside a VMWare Virtual Machine on Windows 10, and also shows you how to download Xcode, get it set up, and run your very first project on the iOS simulator.
A lot of people will tell you that you need a Mac to get started learning iOS app development, and this just isn’t true. Getting started on Windows is totally possible, and then you can invest in a Mac later on when you’re certain that iOS programming is for you.
Running Xcode on Windows is totally possible, and I’ll show you exactly how to do it!
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