A McGraw-Hill Book HTML5 for iOS and Android
By Robin Nixon (McGraw-Hill 2011, ISBN 978-0071756334)

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Chapter 12: Setting Up The Apple SDK

To develop apps for iOS devices you must first become a registered Apple developer. This is a completely free and simple process. However, to publish your apps will require you to pay a $99 fee each year, even if your apps will be free. The only alternative to this is to offer your apps to "jailbroken" devices via a service such as Cydia, which is not covered in this book. In this chapter I take you step by step through everything you need to do to get the iOS SDK up and running, ready for dropping web apps into ready-made wrappers (outlined in the following chapter), to turn them into self-contained apps.

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