how much time is required to develop IPhone App
I am new in IPhone apps development. Actually I have to estimate that how much time is required to develop IPhone App.
I don't know programing about objective C and Iphone development framework and also advise what will be the basic requirement, any tutorials and where i should get started.
What is the diff between IPhone App and normal website which is optimized for IPhone.
Please suggest. ............
I have been worked on .NET framework and C#
- 01-09-2010, 02:33 PM #2
For a quality application be prepared to spend a lot of time. Technically you can toss together a app in no time but it would a pretty low end app. In iTunes they have some video podcasts from a Stanford class on creating iPhone applications.
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- 01-18-2010, 12:52 PM #7
Like Facebook push. they had to make an entire server setup for millions of users to figure out who to push data to and then push it out.
compared to random "press a button and it makes a sound" which apps do you want on your phone?
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- 03-05-2010, 11:06 AM #17
Frustratingly our account is too new to post links, but if you were to go on Youtube and search for 'Create an iphone app in 3 hours' you will find a video on our new pre-alpha for iPhone development. One of our developers designs and codes an app in 3 hours and 16 minutes, using our english-like programming language which is perfect for beginners such as yourself.
Edit: We can now link!
You can see this game right through from concept to finished article in our .
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- 03-14-2010, 05:57 AM #18iPhone Nanite
- 7 Posts
I just had a look at that RunRev application RevMobile - and it looks seriously impressive for saving time.
You probably want to say something like "DreamWeaver for iPhone Apps" - but you're probably not allowed to legally use the DreamWeaver name...
Maybe just "WYSIWYG for iPhone Apps"
- 03-19-2010, 11:59 AM #19
- 03-26-2010, 09:38 AM #20
An Update to the revMobile pre-Alpha news:
• We currently have a package of benefits on offer including free access to the Simulcast and DVDs from our Conference in San Jose this November, which are a great resource for getting to grips with the revTalk language and revMobile itself. These are only free benefits with revMobile until the 31st March. Find out more here
• We have begun a series of video tutorials on using revMobile and the various iPhone features, which are a great insight into the ease of the language and product for iPhone development. These tutorials can be found on the revMobile site and also on our Youtube channel
• Our iPhone pre-Alpha has reached its sixth release, adding bug fixes but also access to two new iPhone features, Core Location (GPS) and Mail sending, as well as orientation detection. These features will be covered in our video tutorial series in the coming weeks.
• We're running a competition to submit your best iPhone App or game built with revMobile, with the best App winning an Apple iPad - check out the details here
- 03-29-2010, 04:46 PM #21iPhone Newbie
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Coming from a C++ background, with no Objective C or iPhone experience it took me 4-5 months to design/write/market etc. a fairly substantial app (see My Vacation).
I was comfortable with the language and framework within about 6 weeks or so.
Last edited by Tonester; 03-29-2010 at 04:47 PM. Reason: clarification