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'''Development''' of wii home brew apps is both fun and challenging. If you wanna develop app for the wii you will need some things.
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'''Development''' of Wii [[Homebrew apps|homebrew applications]] is both fun and challenging. If you want to develop homebrew for the Wii, you will need some tools.
 
 
 
 
==Determination==
 
Your going to need to be very determined to make a good app.Don't believe me see here [[Homebrew_Channel]] Team Twiizer has been working on this for at least 6 months.So determination is key.
 
  
 
==Patience==
 
==Patience==
It takes a while to completely debug a app so be ready to debug a lot.
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It takes a while to completely debug a app, so be ready to debug a lot.
  
 
==Coding Knowledge==
 
==Coding Knowledge==
You need to know at least some code.C++ is a good start and the language the wii uses.
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A fairly good knowledge of code is recommended to write applications. [[Wikipedia:C++|C++]] is a good starting point, and also the language the wii uses.
  
 
==Idea==
 
==Idea==
A good app always starts with a good idea.
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A good app always starts with a good idea. If you don't have one, asking around at #wiidev or #wiihelp can be very helpful.
 
 
==Time==
 
It takes time to make a good app for the wii.
 
  
If you have these thing then what are you waiting for develop some apps already!
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==Table of Contents==
 
*[[Developer Tips]]
 
*[[Developer Tips]]
 
*[[DevkitPro]]
 
*[[DevkitPro]]

Revision as of 02:19, 2 August 2008

Development of Wii homebrew applications is both fun and challenging. If you want to develop homebrew for the Wii, you will need some tools.

Patience

It takes a while to completely debug a app, so be ready to debug a lot.

Coding Knowledge

A fairly good knowledge of code is recommended to write applications. C++ is a good starting point, and also the language the wii uses.

Idea

A good app always starts with a good idea. If you don't have one, asking around at #wiidev or #wiihelp can be very helpful.

Table of Contents