Help with building my own apps

App Development

Hi, can I make them with out knowing how to program? Is learning python code difficult for me? Please help



Submitted by Justin Philips on Monday, November 25, 2019

Pythonista is an app that you may buy and begin your journey. Learning a language is a must. Invest time in that. Learn about accessibility too.

Submitted by Patrick Smyth on Monday, November 25, 2019

Start by learning to program in Python. Don't worry too much about making an iOS app off the bat, there's a bunch of junk you have to do for that that will just confuse you at the beginning. Just focus on the fundamentals to start and try to enjoy the process of learning, it's a great skill. Once you know some Python you might try Flask, a library that lets you create web apps. If you want to make iOS apps you will want to learn Swift eventually, but I wouldn't start there.

Submitted by Blind angel 444 on Tuesday, November 26, 2019

I have swift play ground for iPad o s. Its a great app. For the app that was mentioned in the first post, can you please add the direct link and the price too. I have never heard or seen of it. Thanks Also resources available for learning how to use graphics.

Submitted by Blind angel 444 on Sunday, December 1, 2019

Thanks for the recommendation of the app, I would like to use this app if it is accessible. Please tell me how you like it. If you or another person are blind please share your experience.

Submitted by Kelly Sapergia on Monday, December 2, 2019

Is it possible to program, or even learn to program, in Swift if you don't have an iPad?

I downloaded swift playground a little while back. I really like the learning exercises that it gives you. I can go over and over them again if I feel I missed something or I’m forgetting how to do something. Can I use swift playground to develop an app? One of the apps I have in mind is maybe some sort of an audio hockey game for the visually impaired. I am a hockey fan and to my knowledge, there is not really a hockey game out there for the blind.