Anyone here have experience writing applications for iPhone/blackberry?

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  1. threesixty

    threesixty OT Supporter

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    If so, is it a complicated process? Did you actually make and sell an app? (or make a free one)
     
  2. eof

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    I just downloaded the java development kit for blackberry. Creating UI's was a pain in the ass so I peaced out.
     
  3. ChosenGSR

    ChosenGSR Mama always said you'd be the chosen one

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    Yep, that's how I made my first million. Needless to say it was butter from there on out.
     
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    I have made iPhone apps. takes a bit of getting used to but there are plenty of tutorials out there now that the NDA has been dropped. Knowing C or something similar is very helpful as iPhone requires objective-c
     
  5. Cicada

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    i thought aobut making some ip[hone app

    but i quit on that idea :hs:
     
  6. SLED

    SLED build an idiot proof device and someone else will

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    the iPhone SDK is pretty cool. like said above, it will be helpful if you know a little C as the syntax is.... somewhat similar. even then, objective-c is still pretty different in ways. it has a gui editor which makes designing forms and stuff a bearable and some decent testing tools.
     
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    Go for the Android SDK, all you need to know is Java. :bowdown:
     

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