yaboo — 2010-07-07T03:09:20-04:00 — #1
Is anyone doing ipad magazine development. E.g. like the likes of wired magazinne etc. I can find plenty of off-the-shelve apps like woodwing etc. But does anyone have example code on how things are done. Like to know especially how the self-contained magazine is done.
alexdawson — 2010-07-13T01:44:17-04:00 — #2
To me that just looks like a normal HTML document that's been designed to give it a magazine look and feel, so I don't "get" what you're trying to attempt.
yaboo — 2010-07-07T23:57:18-04:00 — #3
My idea is to do something similar to wired magazine etc. I have seen the third party applications they use, but is there any direct code example around that shows how it is done.
As a idea at the moment, the problem is third party apps like woodwing cost a few dollars to get past the trial period.
There must be people hand coding a magazine ipad based app.
Looking for example code.
system — 2010-07-07T03:20:59-04:00 — #4
Can you please give more details. It is not clear what exactly are you trying to do..
yaboo — 2010-07-13T22:43:33-04:00 — #5
Yes it seems its just a html 5 document, but how do you package it as a self contained app, that can work on the ipad, and some off the funky other features.
Those are the examples I am trying to find.
yaboo — 2010-07-12T10:11:58-04:00 — #6
Below are some youtube examples of what the time group have done. I have not found any code examples on howto create a ipad magazine except commercial applications
alexdawson — 2010-07-12T05:21:04-04:00 — #7
Do you have any examples of what you're trying to achieve? I don't have an iPad so it's hard for me to know what you're attempting.
Are you looking for an App or a way of making a website (print layout) iPad friendly?
alexdawson — 2010-07-26T13:02:16-04:00 — #8
Well if you wanted to make an iPad app you would need to use a Mac and pay for the developers API (to build it: self-contained), then submit it to Apple for entry.
Otherwise your best bet is to simply create that style of website and just offer it as a web application (so it'll act as the simple website it appears to be).
ivant — 2010-07-27T15:56:49-04:00 — #9
If you want to develop native apps for the iPad you will need some deep knowledge in objective C and Cocoa touch...
On the [iPhoneDevSDK forum you will find a lot of helpful tuts and coding examples...here is also a nice guide with some useful tips on[URL="http://ipadappsplus.com/ipad-apps/how-to-create-ipad-apps/"] ipad app development](www.iphonedevsdk.com/)
yaboo — 2010-07-26T23:56:35-04:00 — #10
I am a apple developer, or registered as one, but, wanted to know if other people was doing similar things, as a self contained app.
As a website app, it is easy to do, but then, you need to be connected to the net to get the information.
Looking as a self contained app, that does not need constant net access.