I tend to ask a lot of questions that stack overflow considers useless. I understand the format of the site – it’s a place where people can ask questions that can be answered accurately and with references. An easy way to get your question flagged is to ask for a recommendation for something – a question that can only be answered by opinion and therefore does not have a discrete, ‘provable’ answer.
However, I still want my questions answered. I really do need help and I’m not sure where else to turn to get it (to reach such a well experienced audience).
What I am dealing with is:
I have a small C++ program that I have developed in Xcode. Things are pretty close to working, but I would like to take my program and wrap it in a more attractive user interface. Somehow, I thought I was just needing to learn some more C++. I thought that was all in ‘book 2’ or something. But I am getting the impression that I need another program and I have no idea where to start.
(The layers of programming are amazingly deep)
So, please write if anyone out there knows of
#1 a good program to do this with -or- a way to approach it by linking my C++ programs in XCode to an objective-C interface (blahblah, these are words I can repeat, but I don’t understand how to do it)
#2 know a website / book / youtube channel that embodies a walkthrough approach to doing this