Hi all

I want to begin developing apps to android and IOS (mainly android)

after trying the mobile by conduit platform to create a app, I want to go further in developing apps.... and not be attached to a web service like the one provided by conduit.

I downloaded and installed titanium studio because I thought it would have drag and drop option to deploy UI elements, but I could't manage to do that.

What kind of software will I be albe to accomplish that? Rhostudio? Other?

What I need right now is a IDE that allows me to develop apps coding as little as possible. At least one that allows to design the interface (buttons, images, etc) and then code the actions....

and if possible to develop the app and then choose to compile for Android or iOS....

Anyone can me help me out with this one?

Cheers

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You should download Eclipse.....

http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/

Once you have done this...get the Android SDK

http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

Once you …

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You should download Eclipse.....

http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/

Once you have done this...get the Android SDK

http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

Once you have done this open go here and install the developer tools within Eclipse and choose which API(s) you would like to work with and download.

http://developer.android.com/sdk/eclipse-adt.html#installing

Then just create an AVD or use your android device to run your apps from Eclipse.

Have fun!

Hi, James6754 how to know that API are successfully installed

James6754 but i woukld like to develop for both iOS and Android without having to build the apps from ground up for each mobile OS....

Hi, James6754 how to know that API are successfully installed

Execute

  1. android will start android sdk manager where you can check for downloads/updates and create/add new ADVs (emulators)
  2. emulator @ADB_DEVICE NAME will start emulator with given name
  3. adb devices(will list all connected mobile devices or running emulators)
  4. adb shell (will lett you browse internal directory structure of device or emulator)

James6754 but i woukld like to develop for both iOS and Android without having to build the apps from ground up for each mobile OS....

Then you need to use either open source tool lilke Cordova Previously also know as CallBAck or PhoneGap or you will need to get with commercial products such as Rhomobile or Marmalade

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