- June 7, 2018 at 1:41 pm #88420
Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend an Apple demonstration focused on video games and new applications that will come out in the coming months, as well as applications for creating content.
Aside from watching and testing new features still in iPhone app development – like the new SkyGamblers multiplayer mode : Air Supremacy (€ 3.99) that allows up to four players to enter the same TV screen via Apple TV – we had the chance to chat little about creating content.
For example the program iBooks Author (free) for the edition of electronic and interactive books and the tools of application programming, both within the iPad (using for example Codea , € 7.99) and using the Xcode Tools (free).
Some figures of the App Store – which adds 25,000 million downloads and the number of iOS devices sold exceeds 365 million – should encourage anyone with concern or interest and an idea to program or at least start programming for mobile devices.
A good starting point to start – without counting the programs that allow you to develop applications with little or no knowledge of the programming language Objective-C- is the web Start Developing iOS Apps Today .
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