The app craze has taken over the industry and you need to understand what is going on.
This is the first in a two-part series.
Part 1: How to build an app, from scratch, from the ground up, and how to do it on mobile.
Part 2: How you should build a mobile app for the real world.
Part 1: Why a carpenter should build his own mobile app.
Why a carpenter should build an iPad app?
Why you should have one, tooIf you’re not building your own mobile application but are considering making one, you might be asking yourself why.
The short answer is that you should be building it for the mobile world, not the desktop.
Mobile apps are the most mobile application possible.
The platform that powers them is evolving and becoming increasingly powerful.
For instance, the iPhone is the most popular mobile device in the world and it is being increasingly used for online transactions, streaming video, video chat, messaging, and more.
Apps are being built to run on all of these platforms.
You can see the full list of mobile platforms at www.apple.com/mobileplatforms.
And if you’re an app developer, you’ll have to think like a mobile developer.
In this series, we’ll look at building an app to take advantage of the growing mobile market and the emerging opportunities that come with it.
In part one, we will look at the basics of a mobile application and then we’ll move on to building a mobile web app that will take advantage on mobile devices and in-person meeting rooms.
In the next two parts, we shall take a look at developing an app for a different platform and then how you should design it to be mobile friendly.