Read the article
and answer the following questions
Why has creating your own custom apps never been easier than it is today?
Who can getting started be daunting for?
Can you expect to produce
from the very beginning?
What should you expect and do before producing anything useful?
Are your first apps likely to be quite
as efficient as those created by experienced developers
What is required for you to be able to create useful apps for your
business and customers?
Which decision can be the most baffling?
Can you explain why?
How has the typical use of Java
What does the author of the article refer to when he says
the commonly accepted or intended uses
for a given language are
by no means written in stone.
Is it possible to
build iPhone or Android mobile apps
out of any popular language
How to make an app for your small business
Creating your own custom apps has never been easier than it is today. Thanks to an abundance of s
frameworks for Web, desktop, and mobile development, anyone with the right mindset, focus,
driven apps for almost any platform. But getting started can be daunting
for a would
be coder. In this article, we will
explore how to get started in app development.
First, a few caveats:
Programming is not
Although it is
tively easy to get started,
unrealistic to expect to produce world
quality apps right out of the gate.
your ambitions accordingly, and expect to spend a few months learning a language and framework
before producing anything remotely useful.
And be prepared for the fact that your first apps aren’t likely to be quite as sophisticated, efficient, and
olished as those created by experienced developers. But with some planning and dedication, you can
create very useful apps for yourself, your business, and your customers. As we’ll discuss further below,
development is an iterative process, and you’ll have
ample opportunity to refine and improve your apps
as you go along.
Pick a programming language
Possibly the most baffling decision a new coder can make is the selection of a programming language
and accompanying framework. Every language has its advantag
es and disadvantages, and
matters more confusing
old concepts about the proper role of a given language are breaking down, so
typically known as a
end language for browser
side effects, is now widely used on the back end.
It’s worth pointing out that the commonly accepted or intended uses for a given language are by no
means written in stone. Thanks to a growing body of available multi
rm frameworks, you can
build iPhone or Android mobile apps from code written in just about any popular language. A good
Android, or Windows Phone.