Like if a person likes to create an app of a feature say, push notification of a changing rss feed, is there a web app or software which easily helps to make an app rather than doing the core development details?
Webinar - Mar 28, 2013 11:00 AM EDT
An educational webinar on the dynamics of building enterprise mobile apps; will cover the "how-to" of making cross platform native apps; for people experienced in mobile programming as well as for those with no mobile programming skills.
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Absolutely you still need programming to make program.. :D
You can hire someone to do the job or you can learn how to program.
Does publishing free app require registration developer charges on Android?
The best option for that kind of development is using the MIT App Inventor. Unfortunately, even the App Inventor (which is a continuation of the Google App Inventor) requires some learning in order to use properly, although it's probably the best way to begin learning Android development.
Fortunately, there are a large number of tutorials and books out there.
Also, just a few days ago XDA-developers.com announced [Broken Link Removed] they were developing a free university for those looking to learn Android development.
I used this one to create an app for my blog in the Android market. There are some costs involved in publishing your app but it is very easy to do.
you can always use those dummies books
I dont know abt this but i think Java may be required to solve this type of Problems
there are some softwares like appbuilder but they limit the customizabilty and flexibility. its better to have some idea of java and css...
How about Appgeyser or any similar automated web interface tools which respondents may please add for which coding is not required
As per my understanding, No!
It used to be easy for a beginner to create Android apps, when Adobe still supported Flash on Android. Adobe's Creative Suite had integrated tools that facilitated the creation of an app. Unfortunately, it's not possible anymore as Adobe has discontinued support since the release of Ice Cream Sandwich.
Use the Nokia Qt development platform.
It generates code not only for Symbian but also Android and iOS - and Meamo/MeeGo and the rest. You can test everything on your Windows computer, you can emulate it - a "sandbox" allows you to create a isolated environment, and you can gradually dig down in C/C++ code....
The SDK is no longer the property of Nokia - this Elop (reverse Pole) certainly knows how to handout gems for free...
try http://www.andromo.com/ it is good and easy
I am about to learn how to do this and the tools that are suggested to me are the App Inventor http://appinventor.mit.edu/ and Scratch http://scratch.mit.edu/
The below two links can be helpful to you -
These are great! Thanks. I also want to create an app.
thanksfor this link
Was very excited about infinite monkeys, but when I actually started using it, I was let down by the lack of features.
Hi, I agree with Dimal to a certain extent but would like to add that if you have an idea for an app there are two options to a non coded.
Drag and drop coding: See here http://www.techradar.com/news/phone-and-communications/mobile-phones/how-to-build-an-android-app-1046599
OR: There are companies out there that will produce an app (from your initial idea) and put it on the Android Market for a cut in the profits. A simple search on Google will help you here.
I haven't come across any yet! you have to have atleast little knowledge of java in order to understand the code in android.
Yeah me neither. Those are features that have to be coded in..