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    Default NEED developer to build app
    i have an idea for a simple native app and am looking for a developer to help out. I have visually designed the app and have the files in vector right now. shouldn't be too hard. Let me know if anyone is interested.

    come on. there has to be some hungry dev guys or gals out there.... Or does anyone know of a source i might look into to find one.
    Last edited by iPhoneRogue; 2007-12-04 at 07:47 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    Someone needs to make a native Poker Timer app.

  2. #2
    Why dont you post what your idea is. Might generate some interest that way.

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    .....?......

  4. #4
    I missed his point and his idea where r they??

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    Quote Originally Posted by reddevilseye View Post
    I missed his point and his idea where r they??
    The app I am wanting to make is basically a timer for poker tournaments.

    I will attached a picture or two or five.
    Last edited by iPhoneRogue; 2007-12-05 at 08:23 AM.
    Someone needs to make a native Poker Timer app.

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    ummm....great idea. will be used by many Im sure.

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by Fortress View Post
    ummm....great idea. will be used by many Im sure.

    thanks. now i just need someone to help build the damn thing. Thinking of doing it as a web app but those are so lame.
    Someone needs to make a native Poker Timer app.

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    Just out of curiosity...

    Is there any particular reason as to why you can't build it yourself?
    Have you tried installing the iphone toolchain, yet?
    What OS platform are you using?...

    Toolchain project page
    Installing the toolchain (Windows)
    Installing the toolchain (Linux/MacOSX)
    UIKit HelloWorld Project (Your first app)

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  10. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTV View Post
    Just out of curiosity...

    Is there any particular reason as to why you can't build it yourself?
    Have you tried installing the iphone toolchain, yet?
    What OS platform are you using?...

    Toolchain project page
    Installing the toolchain (Windows)
    Installing the toolchain (Linux/MacOSX)
    UIKit HelloWorld Project (Your first app)
    Im on a mac. I no develpoer though. ive taken a look and it seems to be over my head. if i could build it in flash it would be done already.

    do you think a novice like myself can do it?
    Someone needs to make a native Poker Timer app.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iPhoneRogue View Post
    do you think a novice like myself can do it?
    To be completely honest, i've been programming (GW-BASIC, BASICA, QBASIC, VB6/.NET, VC++6/.NET, ASM, VC#.NET) for over a decade on the Windows platform, and I find it rather confusing myself to try and write a single functional native iphone application. But you'd have to considier the fact that you're a mac user, so it might come faster for you, since the target platform is basically a small-scaled optimized mac.

    If you're truely interested in programming, however, you need to start off small. Start googling around for some mac programming tutorials and books. Keep in mind, your target platform will include MacOSX 10.4, so you may want to check out XCode, as well as some info on Cocoa. Be sure to brush up on your knowledge about apple computer hardware, and the basics of how it works ("behind the scenes" if you will). Also, a decent programming forum (perhaps geared toward MacOSX) never hurt anyone =)

    Remember... Even if you don't make your way into programming for the iphone, technology is an infinitely expanding ocean. It's quite possible that you'll be ready for something even better than the iphone, sometime in the future... Good luck!

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    I am a little surprised that your C# experience wasn't more helpful. I have a lot more experience (non-Mac), so it hasn't been too much trouble, though the memory management is a bit painful.

    What do you think is most difficult to get a handle on?

    Oh, and I highly recommend Aaron Hillegass's Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X - it reads quite quickly, and covers a lot of ground very well. Most of the concepts apply to the iPhone, except some of the NIB/XCode stuff that is done for you on the Mac and must be done manually on the iPhone.
    Last edited by NetMage; 2007-12-10 at 11:43 PM.

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