4
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1answer
485 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 ...
2
votes
3answers
333 views

Generally speaking can a Javascript-based application (iUI) be deployed without a webserver?

Suppose I have a Javascript based application written in iUI or Kendo UI. Can it be packaged in such a way they can run locally without a webserver? I have a few web applications, that with some ...
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2answers
226 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 ...
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7answers
694 views

Is a simple iPhone app more appealing to users than a mobile website?

My client wants to do an iPhone app because she's found that people are significantly more likely to use the iPhone app over a mobile optimized site. The iPhone app is very simple - it just displays a ...
4
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2answers
110 views

Do privacy concerns prevent us from accessing location-based user data?

Every time my team begins to explore the scenarios that are possible with mobile device location data, location data that is part of user data, or even location data that may be retrieved or inferred ...
2
votes
1answer
877 views

Saving mobile application data when no service?

Say I have a mobile application that allows users to enter information which is then uploaded to a central location. I had planned on building this using only HTML5 and javascript (non-native app), ...
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2answers
183 views

Is there a name for the new “shake phone” interface convention?

Some mobile applications leverage the fact that smart phones have motion sensitivity to provide a "shake" feature. For example, I believe Urban Spoon has an app with which you can view a ...
5
votes
1answer
210 views

How to release a mobile app successfully?

This includes everything that contributes to the success of the app and is non-programming. Some points to consider: How do you make people notice your app when there are hundreds released every ...
0
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4answers
162 views

Growing mobile developers inside a web development org

I work for a "mature web startup" as a web developer (mainly using PHP). Our main site has about 8 million registered members at the moment. However, the site is basically impossible to use on ...
10
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7answers
4k views

Android vs iPhone development [closed]

Which is a better career Android vs iPhone app development. Android has the advantage of beingopen source while iPad/iPhone is one of the best product in the market and Apple is leading the mobile ...
1
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1answer
365 views

Have you used Grapple mobile? [closed]

I'm looking for a way to easily port content driven applications from one mobile platform to another. And recently I've came a cross a grapple mobile that claims that they can compile one code written ...
5
votes
2answers
851 views

What are the most over-saturated iPhone App category/markets?

I'm considering learning iPhone development and Objective C but don't want to avoid developing something for the most saturated markets and app categories. What categories should I avoid? Are there ...