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Discussion in 'Jiggy Runtime Development' started by tylobedo, May 24, 2008.

  1. tylobedo

    tylobedo Member

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    ok so this is gonna be a stupid question but....... where do i start typing the coding for apps?

    yes i know its pretty stupid and easy, and its probley the easiest +rep u will ever get for answering it
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    well i think the basic program to type code would be notepad
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    i thought i remebered a few months ago while i was messing around with jiggy you can do it in the browse and it will auto put it into the folder for you


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    Fire up jiggy on the iPod, connect with your browser, select or make a new app, start typing in main.js
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    yes but how do i get to main.js?
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    google search javascript
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    After you create the new project a new icon and name for it should appear on the left hand side (if not try refreshing the browser). Click on its icon and a list of files should appear below the icon and name. Click on the file name main.js and the editor on the right to this should now show its code. When you have edited your code click on the green arrow at the top of the editor and Jiggy will first save your changes to the iTouch and then run your application on it.
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    Jiggy - the IDE

    Objective C- Notepad++
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    well my problem was it wouldn't load the files. I just did it in notepad instead and ssh'ed it in


    Also I read somewhere some1 else having this problem and he just reinstalled jiggy



    Thanks to every1 who helped +rep for yall

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