[58 minute app] Squence

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  1. JoshuaCaputo

    JoshuaCaputo New Member

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    So I decided to time myself and make an app from scratch with no plan ahead of me. I made a folder named sequence. Which has nothing to do with my app really.

    Basically the ball changes colors and you press the corresponding color. As many times as you can in 60 seconds.

    I don't think im going to continue with it past this point and after i clean up the code I will probably send it out as source code.

    Il attach the sim version so devs can play. (its poorly coded)

    Just testing my skill. Tell me what you think of this 58 minute app. (58:09:57 to be exact): Graphics and all were made in that time.

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  2. ipodmail09

    ipodmail09 Member

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    interesting but wats the point of a zip ? its already compiled so you can't open it in xcode...or do i just FAIL
  3. Steaps

    Steaps New Member

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    You fail. Drag it into the iPhone Simulators application directory.
  4. gojohnnyboi

    gojohnnyboi Well-Known Member

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    Post the source code.

    EDIT: You must, giving the app does nothing for anyone. They can't learn, or use it. Both the device and simulator use directories for their application bundles, not just the .app directory, and it is named in a unique way, making it super hard or impossible to install this.

    EDIT: I managed to run it in the simulator, and with Instruments. It leaks... at least on the 3.1 simulator.
  5. SkylarEC

    SkylarEC Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Installing stuff in the Simulator is super easy. Create a directory in the Simulator's application directory named whatever you want to name it. Then, drag the .app in there.

    ~/Library/Application Support/iPhone Simulator/Applications


    Installing into the Simulator is so easy that I often give out Simulator copies of my apps.
  6. JoshuaCaputo

    JoshuaCaputo New Member

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    No-one reads? Its poorly coded thats why there is no source code yet. I don't want people to learn how to code in the fashion this is coded so i have to do memory management and such...

    I thought everyone knew this? Apparently not.
  7. ipodmail09

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    i guess i learnt a noob thing today

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