A few months ago, I had an idea for a mobile app that would be cool and useful. I had no delusions of hitting it big in the Apple or Android app — it was just a fun side project for myself. I had never built a mobile app before, and owning a Galaxy Note 4, I saw a great opportunity to teach myself Android Studio and build an Android app. So I downloaded Android Studio, got it all setup, and watched some online tutorials to learn the basics. I then mapped out what I needed for my app, and this is when the feeling of dread set in. For my app to work, I needed: (more…)
This screencast goes into detail about Apple IOS standards for creating IOS (and android) Web apps. We will visit in depth the viewport settings, making the URL bar disappear when you arrive at the web app, and how to make it run like a native application from your home screen.