The markets for tablets are increasing in the same way that smart phones did. We’re now seeing more and more tablets at lower price points, and an increasing attitude that tablet sales will overtake desktop & laptop computers in the next year or so. This signals the need for businesses and organisations to start taking tablets more seriously, but the costs of developing for both platforms can be intimidating. So we pose the question, do you really need an app for iPhone and iPad?
Technology has made it possible to interact with our environment by scanning codes, moving around, and in some cases, by applying augmented reality to our surroundings, but these interactions are reliant on people using mobile devices (usually phones). However, there are artists that have been experimenting with different ways to engage their audience with the environment without even knowing that there was a phone doing any work at all.
The Apple publishing process can be a little confusing at times, so here’s a walkthrough that’ll explain how to create a mobileprovision file, ready for the Apple Developer interface. Along with the p12 file we explained last time, this should help take some of the mystery out of Apple’s publishing process.
Publishing your iPhone app on the Apple AppStore is the final stage in your app making process, and allows people to download it to their own phones. But unfortunately, the process of publishing through Apple can be a bit tricky if you’ve never done it before, so, here’s a walkthrough of the process to create a p12 file – one of the crucial AppStore publishing files.
Sometimes it can be difficult to get your colleagues, peers or customers to buy into the great ideas you have for apps, and with such large costs and production schedules, it’s easy to see why that is. But a strategy that’s been used by design firms and software engineers for years can help to eliminate the initial scepticism and fear that your audience has around new app projects: Rapid Prototyping.
AppFurnace 3.2.4 Released – iPhone 5 Support, New Publishing System, Modified Geo Event Checking & Bug Fixes
Added iPhone 5 support to AppFurnace Preview. Use the same process to make your app lay out properly on the new taller screen that you can use for Android apps. See the tutorial here: https://appfurnace.zendesk.com/entries/20781202-making-your-pages-lay-out-properly-on-phones-with-different-sized-screens
New Publishing System, making the app publishing process more accessible (see the Support Forums for more information)>