About to jump into the world of iOS devolpment.

Discussion in 'iOS Development' started by Jordan1323, Oct 17, 2010.

  1. Jordan1323

    Jordan1323 New Member

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    Well I want to make apps of the appstore but I dont know what to do. I also dont know coding so can someone give me links to like a dummys guide to coding? If so thank you very much. Also can I make apps without paying the 100$ fee?Just make them not sell them?
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    read read and read some more.

    maybe start with Objective C
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    Jordan1323 New Member

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    Is that for iOS? Also if not then what coding does iOS use?
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    iBricked Well-Known Member

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    I always thought it'd be better starting off with something basic, like BASIC. Lol...
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    Coding is not something you can just pick up an do. :/ it takes a lot of work.

    And yes you can build applications in the SDK without paying, but you cannot put them on the app store.
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    Basic is barely used

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    +1 to learn Object C before paying the $100 fee. If you're good at it and like it, go ahead and make the $100 investment. If you decide that object C sucks, just give up and save yourself the dough.

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