Software for building iPhone apps

Does anyone know of software for building iPhone apps which allows you to avoid the coding and concentrate on the design, a la Freeway?

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On Feb 21, 2010, at 10:33 AM, Rod Lord wrote:

Does anyone know of software for building iPhone apps which allows
you to avoid the coding and concentrate on the design, a la Freeway?

Xcode and the iPhone SDK are the only tools I know of. Xcode does make
the dev process hugely accessible for the masses compared to the “old”
days but there’s no escaping the fact that you still need to deal with
the techy stuff. Designing a site in FW and building an
application…apples and oranges.

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There are a few. I own (but have not used yet) the TapLynx framework,
which purports to do just that. I know there’s another one that does
not require you to work in Xcode, but I can’t recall what that is
called. It’s more geared toward people who want to put a shiny face on
an RSS feed. I know they’re out there!

Walter

On Feb 21, 2010, at 11:33 AM, Rod Lord wrote:

Does anyone know of software for building iPhone apps which allows
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Here’s the one I was thinking of: http://appmakr.com/

Walter

On Feb 21, 2010, at 11:49 AM, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

There are a few. I own (but have not used yet) the TapLynx
framework, which purports to do just that. I know there’s another
one that does not require you to work in Xcode, but I can’t recall
what that is called. It’s more geared toward people who want to put
a shiny face on an RSS feed. I know they’re out there!

Walter

On Feb 21, 2010, at 11:33 AM, Rod Lord wrote:

Does anyone know of software for building iPhone apps which allows
you to avoid the coding and concentrate on the design, a la Freeway?

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And here’s some more on the subject: http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/13_tools_for_building_your_own_iphone_app.php

Walter

On Feb 21, 2010, at 11:49 AM, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

There are a few. I own (but have not used yet) the TapLynx
framework, which purports to do just that. I know there’s another
one that does not require you to work in Xcode, but I can’t recall
what that is called. It’s more geared toward people who want to put
a shiny face on an RSS feed. I know they’re out there!

Walter

On Feb 21, 2010, at 11:33 AM, Rod Lord wrote:

Does anyone know of software for building iPhone apps which allows
you to avoid the coding and concentrate on the design, a la Freeway?

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Thanks for the useful info.
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Thanks for the link Walt. Taking a look at Appcelerator Titanium, and from first blush it looks pretty straight forward. Running the sample project in the iPhone Simulator gives a very good overview of just what their product can do in terms of native iPhone abilities. I’m impressed after just a few minutes of poking around.

The question now is, how picky is it going to be about html formatting? It would be nice if it doesn’t balk at inline CSS.


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