Learning Tree do one - iPhone and iPad Programming: A Comprehensive Hands-On Introduction - Course 2761 - Can't comment on the course itself, but as a training company they are excellent.
Does anyone know of any decent courses to learn iPad Programming?
We have some iPads at school.. and have noticed a lot of the Edu Apps are US based...
If anyone has got involved in App Dev.. then I would appreciate some help! ..
Is there anything specific you wanted to know about app dev? (From your last line comment) Only started recently, but can try to help
My two cents, but hey ho
Steve21: Well how/why did you start? and did you have a programming background?.. I only have some VB knoowledge.. so not sure how I will find it.. just searching Amazon for a decent book too..
You don't need to sign-up to the developer license thingy, if you just want to play about, you can download xcode and code with it anytime, just can't upload anything to the app store without a license. (Runs an iphone/pod/pad simulator to test code)
In terms of books, never used one for app dev, mainly just use their online documentation, as apples is surprisingly good (Yes I said it!) But if you prefer something to read, don't let that put you off!
Thanks.. I think I need get a MacBook so I can practice at home..have an iMac at work..but wont get the time.. now if they werent soo expensive!!
You can also look at HTML5 as if you are doing achool apps these should be able to target multiple kinds of devices including PCs and other mobile devices giving you a much greater retun on your investment of time. You can also develop it on any platform you want to with no fees.
Thanks for all the advice..
I think I will look at the HTML5 option to start with... I have young children..and have some ideas for Apps.. just dont have the skills at the moment.. I also want to do it, to prove to myself that I can.. a confidence thing I guess..
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