Example Apps

To make it even easier for you to get started working with appdoo, we have created some sample apps for you. These show you either the interaction of different elements or explicitly focus on a certain element.

We have placed all our sample projects under the MIT License. You can use them free of charge for private and commercial purposes.

  • Podcast Player
    This sample app shows how to retrieve a remote RSS 2.0 feed, display its content in a List View and then play a podcast episode on each detail page.

  • Videocast Player
    This sample app shows how to retrieve a remote RSS 2.0 feed, display its content in a List View and then play a videocast episode on each detail page.

  • TOKYO Games
    This example app shows how to display elements on the screen using HTML. Some dynamics are realized by the use of JavaScript.

  • Radio
    This example app shows how to play audio streams from a radio station.

  • SimpleDocuments
    This example app shows you how to display documents in different formats. The “Document View” element is used for this. Supported file formats include:

    • iWork documents (Pages, Numbers, Keynote)
    • Microsoft Office documents (Office ‘97 and newer)
    • Rich Text Format (RTF) documents
    • PDF files
    • Images (PNG, JPG, …)
  • SimpleWebBrowser
    This example app shows how to create a very simple browser with the element “Web View” and three buttons. The start URL of the Web View is defined in the app itself. Using the buttons you can go back and forward and reload the current page.

  • SimpleForm
    This sample app shows you how to send form data from the app using a server-side PHP script.

  • SimpleJson
    This example app shows you how to use data from a JSON data source (local, remote) in appdoo and then display it in an iOS app.

  • SimpleCSV
    This example app shows you how to use data from a CSV data source (local, remote) in appdoo and then display it in an iOS app. In addition, it is shown how the information of a data record can be passed from a List View to a next screen and displayed there.

You can also find all sample apps directly at GitHub.