Web design can encompass all sorts of different skills from different types of design to coding and development work. Building iOS apps seemed like a job for a proper developer until I came across Appcelerator Titanium.
I’ve always been interested in the graphic, web design and UI design part of creating iOS applications but Appcelerator Titanium gave me a way to tackle the development side of things as well. This will probably turn into a series of articles as I progress and learn and come across problems but to start with I’ll give you the basic overview.
To get started with Titanium you have to download the desktop development app and also grab the Apple SDK with the latest version of the mobile SDK. Its a big 5GB download so it may take some time. The other thing you’ll need to get started is the kitchen sink demo pack from the Titanium website. This is a pack of all the functions, features, buttons and pre-coded widgets ready to use in your app. Its a great resource for learning and you can copy and paste code to get started very quickly.
If you need an iPhone or iPad app or even a desktop app to go with it then get in touch with kc web design Kent.