widget

what about ios or iphone should I learn to start this project


http://www.tapitwater.com/iphone/index.php

creating a widget version of this code to give to partnered websites to place onto their websites.

A. Allow for colors of the widget to be managed easily
B. Allow to change default city to be that of partner site
C. Track queries made on all widgets

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rgb192Asked:
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joshlamerrittPrincipalCommented:
To create any iOS app, you will need to learn Objective C and the Cocoa Touch framework. The best place to get started is http://developer.apple.com/devcenter/ios/, which has plenty of documentation, sample code, and articles on developing for iOS.
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rgb192Author Commented:
is this what this assignment involves
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joshlamerrittPrincipalCommented:
If you're planning on doing a native app, then yes, Objective C and the Cocoa Touch framework are the way to go. If you meant a web app, then Apple also has guides on preparing your web content for Safari. Here's a good place to get started:

http://developer.apple.com/library/ios/#documentation/AppleApplications/Reference/SafariWebContent/Introduction/Introduction.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/TP40002079-SW1

Particularly, the Configuring Web Applications section has information on making the web page feel more like a native app. As for the specific requirements, I'm unable to view the website you gave in your original post, as my security software has flagged it as suspect, but here are some ideas:
A. This would probably be done most easily through a CSS stylesheet in a web app. Your partners could just change the colors of different elements without modifying the HTML
B. On iOS, the web app has access to the device's GPS, so you could query it for current location
C. This would be handled on your backend. I suppose how you do this is up to you, but I think a lot of devs use jQuery to connect to a database.
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rgb192Author Commented:
could you view my requirement on
http://hidemyass.com


which is a proxy server
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rgb192Author Commented:
thanks
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