Your designer should now have a completed set of screenshots created in Photoshop, and your programmer should be filled with crazy skills that they are just dying to unleash. Well, good news - it is now time to let these skills loose by converting all of those pretty static images into a working application! Let's get started.
Now that you've mostly programmed your application, it's time to make a choice: To demo or not to demo? This in an incredibly important decision, especially when it comes to marketing. Today, I'll help you make up your mind.
Even though the design phase of your application is going well, it probably feels like it's missing something. That "something" would be the programming--the aspect of development that turns design into functionality. This week, we'll start our programming training with some very simple SDK tutorials.
By now you should have a general idea of what your app will be. At least you should know the big picture — your app's category, its main purpose, the void in the App Store it fills, and what makes it an app that people will download and care about. But, you aren't out of the idea woods yet; we still have a lot of idea-generation left. Now that you have a general idea for your app, it's time to hone in on the specifics.
Now that you have the perfect partner for your journey through app development, it's time to get creative. This short guide will help your development team get focused on developing a workable idea for your very own application by focusing on your favorite categories and by studying existing apps in the App Store. Now let's get developing!
Toy Story Mania is may be one of the best games for the iPhone thus far. With its superb graphics, comforting tie-in to the animated classic, and addictive gameplay, this game is definitely a winner--but is it right for you?