Tag: mobile development
|Excellent simple script posted on Stackoverflow.com by user Jorgesys.
It will detect iphone, iPad, Android and then
Cannot believe Nokia are going to go with Windows Phone 7!?! IMO a huge mistake that is going to increase Androids market share, which is not a bad thing.
Following up from previous post,another service providing a way of creating mobile apps without the required SDKs but this time only for Android. Click here to find out more: http://www.appcelerator.com/products/download/
Been looking at this for a long time and finding it hard to find a solid reason to pick one mobile platform over another…At the moment I am thinking of starting on Nokia using Qt for Symbian, the market share alone is staggering and also the relatively low start-up cost. However Android does look very impressive and I have Java experience…This discussion on StackOverFlow is very useful
PhoneGap are providing a way of creating mobile apps on their site without the required SDKs. Click here to find out more: http://build.phonegap.com/
Nokia have announced they are to focus solely on Qt and phase out Java:
Excellent iPhone development course provided by Stanford.
Got this in my inbox today via linkedin, a private Interactive iPhone Training Program provided by edumobile.org. Looks very promising and costs only $200, below is an illustratiion of everything that is offered (oh and you don’t need to have a Mac, you can logon to one remotely).