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Thread: What language to make Apple and Android apps?

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    Hi,

    What language should I learn to make iPhone or Android apps/games? I'd do a search myself, but I'm not sure what to search for.

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    Thanks to apps that do much of the work for you, you aren't so much tied to one language. You can even just use HTML5 and have it converted. Natively, Android apps are written in Java, and iOS apps are written in Objective C.
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    RR,

    Would you happen to have any links to these recommended applications?

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    Check out PhoneGap: http://phonegap.com/

    It's free and open source. All you need to know is HTML5/CSS3 and Javascript and you're on your way.

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    I am learning Python these days but I do want to code for android apps in future.

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    Try Sencha !!,
    Sencha touch is popular mobile platform, and a built-in MVC system.

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    RDesignista, just visit XDA forums. There's literally thousands of guides, tips and tools to get you started on Android.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaonvp View Post
    I find that each programming language has its own strengths so, but basically, the application written in java android and ios DC is written in Objective C. In addition you can use the HTML 5. Simple and easy to use
    Reconsider dragging up old posts and only regurgitating information already mentioned in the thread.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapr_Arts View Post
    Reconsider dragging up old posts and only regurgitating information already mentioned in the thread.


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    And incorrect information at that.
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    There are great frameworks out there, like Project Anarchy, ShiVa, App Game Kit, Reach3dx, Marmalade, GameSalad and many others.


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