Creating an iPhone app is a large endeavor, involving many different teams and steps to reach the final product. If you’re not really sure about the process, check out the Wikipedia page to get a better general idea of what we do and how we do it.
Make sure you follow this blog and @andromorocks so you always know when Andromo is updated. An update to Andromo is a perfect opportunity to put out another version of your app, as it brings new features or fixes that you can include in your app just by rebuilding it.
Add your first screen by using a view controller. View controllers dictate how content is viewed by the user. There are a variety of preset view controllers available, including standard views and tables. You will add view controllers to your storyboard, which tells the app how to display the content to the user.
Toward that end, I’ve been reading stacks of iPhone development books and while many of them are very good, none are as good as this as an overall introduction. That it focuses on iPad is important to me, but even without that focus I would still be praising this.
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You’ll need one with an Intel-based processor, running the Leopard version of MacOS X. It doesn’t have to be a top of the range model, though. Ethan Nicholas wrote iShoot on a banged-up old MacBook with 1GB of memory, knackered Wi-Fi and an Ethernet port that needed to be wiggled around to get it to work. The machine did however, afford him the manoeuvreability he needed: “most of my available development time involved holding a baby on the couch so my laptop was better suited to the task.”
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Here is why I ask: for years, I’ve done pretty well on the app store with Tasting Notes and some other apps. In fact, Tasting Notes still sells copies every single day. Sales are not gangbusters but they are consistent.
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You can use the free Mobile Roadie Connect app to preview your app accurately, just as your users would on their devices. The app also guides you through the submission process, with Mobile Roadie checking the quality and appropriateness of your content.
And this list is by no means complete. There are even development platforms like GameSalad that allow you to build apps without any coding at all. For a full list of mobile development platforms, you can check out Wikipedia’s list.
When you’re read to lock in the app, press the Start button in the top right. If you disabled any areas of the screen, you’ll see those as slightly grayed out. You’ll also notice that if you hit the Home Button, a little banner rolls in from the top reminding you that you’re in Guided Access mode.
An open MacBook with a split screen view shows a section of the Swift code needed to create a Newton’s Cradle on the left half of its screen; the right half of the screen displays the resulting Newton’s Cradle. To the left of the MacBook is an iPhone with a constellation visible on its screen. Partially obscured behind the MacBook is an iPad whose screen displays a snowboarder going down a mountian.
These guys are into Hybrid app development as well and their developers combine HTML5 coding prowess along with advanced platforms like Sencha and Phonegap to deliver cross-platform apps with native level performance.
A good wireless controller like the SteelSeries Nimbus turns your iPad into a pretty solid gaming rig, and if you buy an Apple TV your iPad can also be your universal remote. Most of these things work with your iPhone, too—if you’re already bought into iOS, adding an iPad into the mix is incredibly simple.
Nice tutorial… my problem is I put the apps away in a bunch of folders… I have two pages full of folders on my iPad… now I want to find an app that I put somewhere…. but I can’t remember which folder!? AH! So, now I have to look through each folder to find the app… I know I can use “search” to find out the app and run it… but it wont tell me where I put the app! Anyone with any tip here I am missing?!
To DISTRIBUTE your APP(s) (download to your – and up to 100 other – test iPhones and/or distribute your app via iTunes store costs $99. Â That gives you a ‘certificate’ so Apple can track your apps and pay you (if applicable).Â
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Cultivating a deep understanding of your users is just as important as competitor research in building your app, if not more so. This is especially true for crafting a mobile monetization strategy. Because only a few users of your entire audience will ever pay for something extra in your app or tap on an ad, it’s crucial to know what attracts and motivates your users. Research the demographics and tendencies of your audience and present relevant advertising for what they want. For in-app purchases, you need to balance what your free app offers with the desirability of extra, paid features. Skew too far one way and users will see no value in using your app. Skew too far another way and users won’t purchase additional features.
App Store, which made some independent developers rich. For example, independent developer Steve Demeter announced earning $250,000 in just two months with his game Trism. And Ethan Nicholas, developer of the iPhone game iShoot, raked in $600,000 in a single month with sales of his app.
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There’s also the question of where project files will be stored. I’m still not comfortable using iCloud Drive for critical applications. Other document storage providers like Dropbox don’t always support two-way editing, so opening files in an app creates a copy instead of modifying the file in place. Xcode could store project files within the app’s local storage, but that means it’s totally siloed away from editing by other apps. None of these are ideal, but I suspect we’ll have to live with it.