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    Question Programming With Mush

    Okay, I haven't even started programming. But if I start programming, it's been a while so my mind is mush!!! Thus, the title of this thread. I've taken some programming classes a long time ago. For instance, Fortran (yeah, that long ago), Pascal, Basic and Java.

    This is my goal --> to be able to develop an app for iPhone, iPad, possibly Android as well.

    This is my problem --> I don't have any idea where to start!!!

    Questions going through my mind are as follows:

    1. What do programming language is used for the iPhone and iPad apps?
    If more than one language is used, which seems logical, then which one should I use to get great performance and practicality out of it. (I guess the practicality would be in how well I program it. Oh well, there goes the neighborhood!!!)

    So, please help me in giving me good direction. I've heard of Xcode, but I don't understand it. However, in Xcode's defense, I haven't read about it at all.

    2. Does Xcode use C, C++, Java or what? Which is the easiest to learn?

    3. Are all programming languages object-based now? (Please tell me no! I'm not sure I get all that.)

    Any help you may provide would be appreciated!!!

    Joel

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    IMHO... start with the easy stuff, a managed language is MUCH easier to learn. i.e. .Net (or java if you don't like MS).

    The problem is you use
    - .Net for windows mobile (for new stuff similar to silverlight)
    - java for android
    - Objective C for IOS

    Then there are others: Palm, symbian, etc... There is a company that lets you make a mobile app in visual studio that works for windows mobile, android, and ios but I wont list them because the CEO is... not so nice...

    1) Cocoa
    2) Xcode is for Cocoa - I'd say out of those Java is the easiest to learn
    3) No, not by far... Some are, some arent, some are both.

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    This will help you get started with iphone development ----> http://developer.apple.com/library/m...bjectiveC.html

    This will help you get started with android development ---> http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html
    A mind full of questions has no room for answers

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    Hi there,
    I would like to pay thanks to all of this forum members they help me & learn a lot from this platform. I have an issue I wanted to make application for android I don't have idea which application development company is best one of my friend suggested me of incisive is this a reliable company to order them?

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    Wink mush

    Quote Originally Posted by jaustin7 View Post
    Okay, I haven't even started programming. But if I start programming, it's been a while so my mind is mush!!! Thus, the title of this thread. I've taken some programming classes a long time ago. For instance, Fortran (yeah, that long ago), Pascal, Basic and Java.

    This is my goal --> to be able to develop an app for iPhone, iPad, possibly Android as well.

    This is my problem --> I don't have any idea where to start!!!

    Questions going through my mind are as follows:

    1. What do programming language is used for the iPhone and iPad apps?
    If more than one language is used, which seems logical, then which one should I use to get great performance and practicality out of it. (I guess the practicality would be in how well I program it. Oh well, there goes the neighborhood!!!)

    So, please help me in giving me good direction. I've heard of Xcode, but I don't understand it. However, in Xcode's defense, I haven't read about it at all.

    2. Does Xcode use C, C++, Java or what? Which is the easiest to learn?

    3. Are all programming languages object-based now? (Please tell me no! I'm not sure I get all that.)

    Any help you may provide would be appreciated!!!

    Joel
    You must use Muse

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