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Thread: How would I go about creating this Software?

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    Default How would I go about creating this Software?


    I currently have basic knowledge of Java, basically, I want to learn how to create a custom piece of Software for myself which I can use on my iPhone.

    What I want to do is be able to set a time & a heading for that timer, e.g. for 1 hour, then when the timer is finished a notification sound to go off, so a simple timer. Then, I want it to record the amount of timer's I have set, under that heading.

    I want this to be able to record how many hours I've put into something, e.g. each heading like 'Programming', 'Networking' and such...

    e.g. setting a 1 hour timer for programming on a Monday, then on Tuesday I do another timer for programming, so when I look it up it should say 2 x 1 hour sessions of programming!

    Anyone know where I could get a start to this? ANY advice would be appreciated a lot!

    Thank you

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    Default Re: How would I go about creating this Software?

    I want to learn how to create a custom piece of Software for myself which I can use on my iPhone
    Learn Objective-C. Mac mobile devices (aka 'apps') don't use java, they rely on Objective-C (C and C++ can be used). After that, subscribe to Apple's development environment (aka pay their fees) to deploy your app in either development or deployment phases.

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