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    May 26, 2010
    How to Develop an iPad App
    I am looking to develop an app for the iPad. There are various things I want in this utility app.
    1. Books (and a bookshelf.)
    2. A Notepad/Journal sort of thing.
    3. Timer.
    4. A way to purchase additional books in-app.

    Those are the features I am currently considering. I have no experience in programming. Is there a book I could get to walk me through it? Or is there an object-based program I could use to do this?


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    Jul 17, 2009
    27" i7 iMac, 15" Macbook Pro TB, 13" Macbook Air, iPhone 6S, iPod Nano 7th Gen
    That sounds very similar to, if not exactly, like iBooks and Apple doesn't like you to re-create applications that compete DIRECTLY with what they've created. So should you actually create this app, it's unlikely that it'd get approved..

    There is no particular walk-thru but there are lot of books that deal with the different things that go into creating an application for the iPhone OS (that runs on iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad), so that'd be a start.

    First you should learn how to program in Objetive-C, then the Cocoa Touch framework used by iPhone OS to create your application.

    And yes it's object-oriented..


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