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Topic # 85029 11-Jun-2011 23:48
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I've been a member for ages and posted 1 topic, but I'll introduce myself, as it's nearly midnight and I'm waiting for a download to finish.

I'm Indy Griffiths, and I'm a 16 year old living in Dunedin. I'm not that interesting. I wear glasses, and have a tendency to always have my flash drive and multi-tool on me at all times.

I like to make websites for fun, and I've begun to experiment with developing iOS apps. My latest one was designed for my school where pupils can access homework, attendance, notices, and so on. 

And that's about it. 

See ya!


 

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  Reply # 480208 12-Jun-2011 00:06
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Welcome back.

I've begun to experiment with developing iOS apps. Is that hard?

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  Reply # 480209 12-Jun-2011 00:15
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i also would like to be interested in developing an app for an iphone.
was wondering how hard it is.
ive got some ideas. but never ever have i dont any programming. so was wondering.


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  Reply # 480219 12-Jun-2011 00:50
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Hey welcome to geekzone.

I like your website comeclean.co.nz - it's a nice idea as well.




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  Reply # 480241 12-Jun-2011 08:54
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Developing iOS apps is a bit confusing at first, but you soon get the hang of it. When you first create a new project, the software automatically leaves notes in the code which better explain what goes in each section

For me, it's all about trial and error. When developing, your app will crash and you will spend hour after hour going through the debug log's, and after all that you'll discover you've misplaced a semicolon. That's happened a couple of times with me.

Here are some websites that have helped me:
http://www.iPhoneSDKArticles.com/category/iphone-sdk-tutorials
http://www.iphonedevsdk.com/forum/iphone-sdk-tutorials/

Don't be afraid to go onto forums and ask for help, the people are really kind and can always help you with any iOS problem.

About Come Clean, it's an ongoing hobby :)

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  Reply # 480242 12-Jun-2011 08:58
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Welcome to Geekzone!

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  Reply # 480498 13-Jun-2011 07:34
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Welcome to Geekzone




that would be an ecumenical matter

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  Reply # 480501 13-Jun-2011 07:36
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Welcome to geekzone!

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