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0answers
43 views

Benefits of using Unity vs. Native code for a mobile app [closed]

I have heard wide and varied opinions on constructing mobile apps in Unity vs. the native platform (iOS, Android, Windows). I have heard a few people who believe Unity is always the way to go (even ...
2
votes
4answers
411 views

How to develop cross platform mobile applications with native UI and Javascript backend?

I want to build a cross platform(Android, iOS, Windows) mobile application. I want the UX of the application to be different on the different platforms so that it will be more platform specific and ...
0
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3answers
773 views

iOS chat application design, sending/relaying the message over to the end user

I have a design question. Let us say you were tasked with building a chat application, specifically for iOS (iOS Chat Application). For simplicity let us say you can only chat with one person at a ...
4
votes
1answer
269 views

Modelling Login and Authentication on an iOS mobile client

I'm about to start working on a V2 of a mobile application and I'd like to adopt a more object-centric approach. Primarily because I think it makes for more maintainable code, but a secondary ...
1
vote
1answer
152 views

Managing large downloadable content on mobile devices

This is a general question of how to best manage large downloadable content on mobile devices. Lets consider a situation whereby a mobile app needs to download a number of very large content items, ...
4
votes
1answer
497 views

Are there any significant advantages to using a native language for mobile app development? [closed]

Forgive me if this question has already been answered but I couldn't quite find the answer I was looking for. What I wanted to know was, is there any significant advantage to using a native language ...
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2answers
230 views

iPhone development - Which model to test? [duplicate]

I am about to start my own venture in App development. I need some sort of advice or tips on which iPhone model should I test to? My budget is quite tight so I am thinking should I buy 4GS over 3GS or ...
1
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0answers
351 views

Is it possible to offer an affiliate program for your iOS or Android app?

Independent of the App Store or Google Play, is there a way to track where new downloads or paying customers came from? For example, if an app advertises my app in theirs - is there a way for me to ...
4
votes
2answers
7k views

What is Delegation and why is it important in iOS programming?

At the moment I am teaching myself iOS programming, and one concept I find really hard to wrap my head around is delegation. What is it? Why and how is it used? What is the advantage? The technical ...
3
votes
3answers
4k views

Multi-platform Mobile Development? [closed]

So my question is this: Is there any easy way for a single developer to release an app on iOS and Android? I am a web developer that primarily plays in PHP, Node, Ruby, AS, and JS. I have dabbled a ...
0
votes
3answers
348 views

SQLite resources or any other storage concept for mobile applications?

I would like to know what storage concepts are used for mobile or handheld devices, where an app is operated on?. AFAIK one of them is SQlite. Can anyone shed a light on this concept? perhaps links ...
2
votes
2answers
841 views

Is it safe to trust emulators when developing multi platform/resolution mobile apps?

I'm currently developing some mobile applications using PhoneGap for Android, testing only in 3 different kinds of smartphones, and using emulators to test on the others target phone resolutions. ...
2
votes
4answers
3k views

Does HTML5 have a feature that enables a user to add an icon to the Apps screen when “installing”, and if not, when are they planning to add it?

I know that the mobile bookmark bubble might sort of work for iOS, but it isn't going in the same section. And for Android, bookmarking is really not going to cut it for a mobile HTML5 application ...
8
votes
2answers
886 views

Developing professionally for iOS, Android and web - an insight

This is not really a question on how to develop all three, I know various cross platform ways and so on. But I more want to know from developer standpoint how hard it is to basically develop iOS, ...
2
votes
6answers
2k views

Should I still consider using Appcelerator Titanium for building mobile apps if I don't have any web dev skills?

I'm an experienced desktop developer who's recently begun writing iOS apps and would like to venture into Android development as well. I've been hearing a lot of talk surrounding the Appcelerator ...