Programming for Touch

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  1. foslock

    foslock Member

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    I know this is a stupid question, but I've searched and searched and I can't find anything related to the actual coding of all these applications. I have quite a bit of experience with programming and I would like to make some apps for my Touch (and everybody elses

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    ) but I was wondering what language and what "SDK" people use for this.

    Thanks for reading.

    Unfortunately, not posted from my iPod touch.
  2. TSOnTheDrums8892

    TSOnTheDrums8892 New Member

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    Hey, sorry this isn't related to your actual post but in your signature it says you have a "6th Generation iPod touch" which isn't correct. We're still on the first generation. Just a heads up
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    JustinCarpenter New Member

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    There is no SDK released.
  4. Commander147

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    ok then how are people making these applications? I have also searched and searched yet no results, how do you make apps for the iphone and ipod touch? BTW i do have an ok programming background.
  5. foslock

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    Yeah, even though it is in the 6th generation of ipods, I guess it too revolutionary to even call it part of those ipods. The classic is technically the 6th generation.

    Thanks JC, but I was wondering how the people uploading to "Community Sources" are programming their apps, because they have to be using some kind of code.
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    They are all .app applications written in objective C and/or java as far as I know.
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    Blake Super Moderator Emeritus

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    Can you "dissect" one of the already made apps and find out?
  8. foslock

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    I guess I could.

    Well, Notepad, here I come!
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    Lol, notepad doesn't work for the applications. I use Notepad++ and it came up jarbled.
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    Web Apps

    I believe this is what you want. These applications were originally designed that you go to them with Safari and use them online. But I'm not positive.

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