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Enterprise iPhone and iPad Administrator's Guide by Charles Edge

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Chapter 7. Developing In-House Applications

Developing iPhone applications is a very large topic, much larger than we can cover in one chapter of a book, given that Apress has a number of books dedicated to this topic (a list is provided at the end of this chapter). However, we can look at creating some very simple applications based on templates and therefore lay the groundwork for more complicated development in the future.

There are a number of aspects to understand before you try to develop an application for iOS. First, consider whether you should be writing an application in the first place, or whether it would be wiser to leverage standardized web technologies. If you should be writing an application, that process begins with the software ...

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