Alex Cone, master level software designer and NeXT expert interviews for AppStorey

2 thoughts on “Alex Cone, master level software designer and NeXT expert interviews for AppStorey”

  1. > the very same tools and technology are still being used today to make iPhone and every
    > one of the apps used on it.

    Close, but not technically true. The tools used back then were Interface Builder and Project Builder. Nowadays Mac, iOS and tvOS developers use Xcode, which is a replacement for Project Builder, and which has Interface Builder integrated right into it.

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