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General Scanning Discussion For general questions not specific to a model of scanner or general discussion of use of a scanner. Location specific posts should be directed to the regional forums listed below.

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Old 06-30-2010, 8:31 AM
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Learn how to write app's for iPods (its not difficult) - they have lots of potential
You make it sound so simple. It might be but I would have no idea where to even start. Where would one start to learn to do this? Head me in the right direction so I can check it out and give it a try..Cheers..Keith
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First, you need an Apple computer. Then you need the Xcode development environment, also from Apple, which is free and runs on your Apple computer. Then you need to know Objective C, which is the programming language, and know about event-driven programming. Then you need to understand Apple's recommended design patterns for developing solid apps for the iPhone OS, including the model-view-controller pattern.

If > half of the above sounds like it's from another planet, then you'll have a steep learning curving ahead of you. If you're a professional software developer, then you'll know most of the above already.

Apple's developer site has a pretty good tutorial, and of course there are many books.

(I would give it a go, except I don't have an Apple computer!)
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I have both an IPhone and Ipod. I use scanner911 application. I think it was free but not for sure. How ever it works great on both wifi and 3g. you might also want to know that the feeds we are sending out the program uses them.
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Got the ipod and the scanner apps work great, now i can set in my chair and listen to the scanners. All three of my feeds show up in them.
A question that I have is that on my website when I go to it none of the players show? Even the ones that Radioreference has doesn't show up. I think it is because of the flash that is needed. How or what would I need to add to my site to get the players to show so someone could just click on the links? Cheers.
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Got the ipod and the scanner apps work great, now i can set in my chair and listen to the scanners. All three of my feeds show up in them.
A question that I have is that on my website when I go to it none of the players show? Even the ones that Radioreference has doesn't show up. I think it is because of the flash that is needed. How or what would I need to add to my site to get the players to show so someone could just click on the links? Cheers.
You do have an API key correct?
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You do have an API key correct?
Thanks..What I am trying to do is view my website with my ipod but the players are not showing. The page does but not the players. If I use my laptop or my base computer it works fine..Don't want to sound to dumb but I have heard of the API key but don't have any idea..Sorry.
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Are you using the RR web player on your site? I beileve the players have to be compatible for mobile browsers.
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Hi..I am using RR webplayers, three of them and two that wavestreaming provides..The only way to see what I get is to go to my site using a Ipod Touch.. scan If I use the scanner APPs that I downloaded from itunes the scanners in the ipod plays the audio for them. I heard that it had something to do with the Flash..Cheers
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