February 28, 2009

QuickConnectFamily Development and porting RoadMap

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:55 pm by tetontech

I have created a page for the official QuickConnectFamily development and porting roadmap.  It can be found on the wiki here.  I will keep it updated as Beta and release versions are shipped.

Feedback about priorities for development or additional functionality is appreciated.

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6 Comments »

  1. Sam said,

    custom URL support 🙂

  2. George L said,

    I have several questions:

    1) How is an iphone app deployed to the iphone? (still needs a developer certificate, correct?)

    2) How does one distribute an app after creation? Through Apple’s app store? (still needs a developer certificate, correct?)

    3) Are there any fees to use your QuickConnect service?

    4) Are there any groups (yahoo or google) discussions about your framework?

    Thanks and love your work,

    George

    • tetontech said,

      George,

      I’ll do my best to answer your questions.
      1. The application you create using the QuickConnect framework is deployed to a device just like any other iPhone application. It requires a developer certificate.
      2. The application you create is distributed through the app store. This also requires a certificate.
      3. You can use the QuickConnectiPhone framework, or any of the others in the QCFamily, without charge for both free or for-cost as well as open or closed source applications in accordance with the LGPL licence.
      4. There is a google group, a wiki, and twitter available in addition to this blog. You can find the links on the lower right of this page.

      I hope this helps.

      Lee

  3. sam said,

    Any progress on the App Store URL issue?

    • tetontech said,

      Sam,

      What I will do is look to see if the URL starts with ‘http’. If it does then I will force Mobile Safari to launch with that URL. I’m really close to having 1.5 Beta 2 out and will include that there. I’ll also post the code change for 1.1.3.

      Lee

  4. Sam said,

    Thanks very much. You’re great


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