1. carnicelli_713's Avatar
    I am 14 years old, however I consider myself to pretty smart and technologically informed. However, I am by no terms, a geek. My summer project I thought of for myself was to try to create a basic app, most likely a game. I do not have a Mac, so I cannot develop a direct iOS app. However, the DragonFireSDK software allows Windows development in C++ and a conversion into an iOS app. Without knowing any code (Objective C or C++) I was wondering a) whether to develop a BlackBerry (or PlayBook) app or iPhone app and b) what a reliable source is to learn the proper coding. I know that the Java hosting of BlackBerry apps makes them easier to create, but I figure that I would then have to optimize different versions for the variety of different models on the market. Also, the faster processors and better graphics of the iDevices makes the games much more fluid than those of a BlackBerry. I know that everyone on this site will encourage me to develop a BlackBerry app, but with an open mind and from my perspective, which would be more logical; an iPhone app, a PlayBook app, or a BlackBerry app? Thank you, look forward to hearing your feedback.

    Adam Carnicelli
    06-30-11 10:50 AM
  2. Deathcommand's Avatar
    iPhone apps are easier.

    PlayBook Apps however, can be merely flash.

    I'd go with iPhone IF you have a Mac. Otherwise forget it and go with PB.
    06-30-11 10:55 AM
  3. takeo's Avatar
    You've got a Playbook... why not develop for it?
    it's just for fun, right?
    06-30-11 11:53 AM
  4. carnicelli_713's Avatar
    yes, it's just for fun. nothing serious, just something to do.
    06-30-11 12:02 PM
  5. Shao128's Avatar
    06-30-11 12:05 PM