Develop your very first iPhone App
Since the launch of iTunes, App Store in 2008, over Five hundred thousand apps have been offered by Apple, and thousands more app ideas are scrawling across the world exceeding regularly. But one major question arises here, how can a person with zero coding knowledge and limited technical skills create an iOS app development on iPad
, is it even possible?
Now, the great news is anyone can make an iPhone or iPad app, it’s just a matter of knowing the series of actions you need to take, to make it happen.
What Is Your Goal?
The first thing to look at when embarking on any product development or entrepreneurial venture is your ‘goals and ideas’ for the project. Having a sound vision of what you really want to achieve at the outset is an important barometer that will confirm whether the development process is heading in the right direction.
Whether you’re an individual, a marketing director, or an IT professional, having a project goal will help make your app development process a solid success.
Here are some examples of project goals:
- Create an app that doesn’t require hands-on day-to-day management.
- Create an app that becomes a full-time business for me and a team.
- Create an app that promotes my existing product or service.
- Create an app that is purely for fun and not for profit.
- Action item: Write down the goal you hope to achieve by creating this app.
What Are Your Expectations?
When you consult with people who have ideas for iPhone app development
, the question they mostly ask is, “How much money I expect to make from this?” To be honest, this is somewhat difficult to answer at the start. These factors are totally unique for each application:
- Cost to produce,
- People responsible for managing its success.
All of these factors contribute to the financial success of your app. Construct your dreams on this knowledge, on the documented proof, and work passionately to achieve your goals.
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