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How do I crate apps/programs? Answered

Hi I don't know how to program at all. Can anyone help me with this?

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vgh
vgh

8 years ago

First step is learning how to spell English.

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TidyKeeper
TidyKeeper

8 years ago

What kind of App are you looking to make? Are you just turning an existing website into an app? or are you looking at doing something like wishing all of your facebook friends a happy rainy Tuesday?

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Hippymike96
Hippymike96

8 years ago

Thanks for the info guys but I have another ? What are programming lanuges?

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nkraus1
nkraus1

Reply 8 years ago

Programming languages are how we can communicate with our computers. They are a (more) readable representation of the machine code (1's and 0's) used by computers. There are "low level" and "high level" languages. Generally speaking, the lower the programming level the more it looks and feels like machine code, and the less abstract it is. For a beginner programmer I would recommend Python as a good high level language to start out with, even though i've never used it myself.

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

8 years ago

As per FS, but bear in mind, programming on say Android tricky enough for a pro. Start with something from CodeAcademy, like their Python class.

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Hippymike96
Hippymike96

Reply 8 years ago

Thanks but I was thinking about creating an app for the iPod not an andriod device, because that is what I have.

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

Reply 8 years ago

Programming ANY mobile OS is trickier than on a PC.

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Hippymike96
Hippymike96

Reply 8 years ago

Ok, so I shoul start with a pc then graduate to iOS ect.

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FoolishSage
FoolishSage

8 years ago

Choose a platform for which you want to create programs, then choose a programming language which is compatible with that platform. There are many books and online resources to help with learning specific languages as well as online resources by theme (such as www.gamedev.net). Good luck!