Discussion in 'Mobile Web Development' started by jmwerkus, Oct 23, 2009.
is there any click and drag interfaces?
Lol. Dashcode. But you do need to know at least limited HTML
HTML easy to learn, I'm willing to, should I learn HTML or coco touch, if I learn coco touch I'll just code for the app store.
If you dont have coding experience... learn HTML. ObjC is way more in-depth.
HTML is the most easiest to understand language. Definitely learn it first. ^^
If you learn ObjC your going to have to learn C because there really aren't any guides out there that teach you ObjC from a basic level.
"Programming in Objective-C 2.0" assumes you have no prior knowledge of C.
Plus, learning C first can be bad, as C is procedural, whereas Objective-C is object-orientated.
To OP: Find a mobile framework, such as iWebKit, jQTouch, iUI, magic framework etc. They're not hard to use.
I prefer jQtouch, as it has hardware accelerated 3D animations, and can be made so all resources used are saved to the iDevice, so it can be used offline (webclip)
I Tried to learn c++ with c++ for dummys a while ago but it wasn't helpful cuz I'm not on a like windows 95 computer
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