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iOS

App fundamentals

Hello, So I have just developed my first app called Funfacts under the iOS swift 2.0. I think this was a good step given where I started but I need to do something more than a button app. I want to create an Iphone app that can enable a college student to call an emergency number from a website like this (http://www.middlebury.edu/offices/health/publicsafety). In my app, I would like a student to put in the following info before pressing a button that calls the emergency number Name: firstName lastname ID number: 6 digits Room number and house combined: 110, Hillcrest

I want the receiver to get this info before or even after they get the call. Please help me in suggesting model types, layout etc and/or if my knowledge now cannot deal with this. Thanks

1 Answer

Nathan Tallack
Nathan Tallack
22,158 Points

Ok. You could write an app like that, but you could not publish it in the app store because it breaks some key rules. It is time for you to learn those rules. One of them is having an app dial an emergency number. The other is passing location information in ways other than approved.

In short, before you start developing apps for the app store you will need to read all of the guidelines before you waste a lot of time developing something that will be rejected.