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    Developing apps for iPhone

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    Developing apps for iPhone
    Hey guys,
    What is a good way to start developing apps for the iPhone and iPad? I have some coding experience and would like to try and do it. I have a few good ideas on some apps that i would like to put on code, but not sure how to get started.
    Thanks.

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    Developing apps for iPhone
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    get to the developer side of apple and download the latest xcode and sdk from there, it's free to register for these tools.

    iOS Dev Center - Apple Developer
    Hit the xcode and sdk link halfway down the page

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    Developing apps for iPhone

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    Thanks Simon, exactly what i needed!

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    Developing apps for iPhone
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    Anytime, here to help
    Another tool, quite fun to mess around with is Appomator, it's free to download. Bit like iWeb for designing ios apps if you know what I mean.
    http://www.appomator.com/

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    Developing apps for iPhone

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    Cool, i will definitely check it out. I'm setting up a machine to do just this. Plus i can keep stuff backed up on it as well. So, trying to get all my ducks in a row b/4 i starting the process Thanks for that link btw. I'll definitely play around with it!

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    Developing apps for iPhone
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    No worries mate.

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