How to get started on iOS apps in 10 seconds
Posted November 09, 2018 06:02:23 The first step in developing iOS apps is to create an iOS app, and it’s that simple.
For the sake of simplicity, I’m going to show you how to create a simple iOS app from scratch using just the first four buttons.
So, if you’re starting with iOS 8.1, you should be good to go.
But if you’ve got some experience working with iOS, you’ll want to check out my tutorial on how to set up an iOS App from scratch in just four simple steps.
I’ve also included a video walkthrough, so you can see how to make a quick demo using this basic framework.
For now, let’s start with the basics.
Create a New iOS App Before you can start, you need to create your own iOS app.
If you want to set the app up for a demo, head over to the Apple Developer Center, click Create a new project and then click New.
When you click Create, you’re given a list of options.
The first one that comes to mind is ‘Choose the base app’ .
This means that you can choose from the three main platforms that are available for your app.
You can pick any iOS app platform, which means that the framework you’ve chosen will apply to your app even if you don’t choose to create it from scratch.
The other two options are ‘Choose a framework’ and ‘Choose iOS Simulator’.
I choose the ‘iOS Simulator’ option because that’s the one that’s available for me, but the other options are good enough for anyone.
In the next screen, click ‘Create a new iOS project’ and then ‘Select a framework’.
If all goes well, you will get a message telling you that you’ve created a new ‘iPhone-specific’ iOS app project.
Choose the ‘iPhone’ Framework Now, we’ll take a look at the iOS simulator.
This is where you choose the framework that you’re going to use for your iOS app in the simulator.
Select the ‘Windows Phone’ Framework You can choose between the Microsoft Windows Phone 8.0 and Windows Phone 7.1 frameworks.
The Microsoft Windows Phones 10, 7 and 7.x versions of Windows Phone are available from Microsoft, while the Windows Phone 10, 10.1 and 10.2 versions are also available.
Now, click the ‘Create New iOS Project’ button and then the ‘Choose your iOS Simulator’ button.
Click ‘Save Changes’ and your iOS project should now be ready to be used.