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LiveCode Mobile Development Beginner's Guide by Colin Holgate

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Summary

Signing up for programs, file downloading, command-lining your way all over the place, and patiently waiting for the Android emulator to launch, means that it could take the best part of a day to work through what we've covered in this chapter! Fortunately, you only have to go through it once.

We did work through the tasks that you have to do before you can create a mobile app in LiveCode:

  • Download and install the Android SDK
  • Sign up as an iOS developer
  • Download and install Xcode and the iOS SDKs
  • Configure devices and simulators

We also covered some topics that will be useful once you are ready to upload a finished app:

  • Signing up for Android Market
  • Signing up for Amazon Appstore

There will be more mundane things to cover near the end of the book, ...

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