RunRev for iPhone and iPod Touch

Andre Garzia andre at andregarzia.com
Fri Feb 22 11:06:07 EST 2008


Lars,

standalones would need an ARM targeted engine and that does not exist
(I think). Best options for us is Web apps on iPhone.

iPhone javascript support has some nice features so you can build nice
webapps for it.

andre
PS: who has not an iPhone and thus can't test anything.

On 2/22/08, Lars Brehmer <larsbrehmer at mac.com> wrote:
> I couldn't agree more!  Personally I doubt I will ever learn to use/
>  code Apple's Xcode or the coming iPhone SDK, but I am sure some of you
>  real cracks out there could develop a rev stack that can convert what
>  is necessary to run a standalone on those devices. Or do the rev
>  developers themselves plan to make that platform a standalone option?
>  I guess that can't really be answered until everyone has seen the
>  SDK,but isn't it theoretically possible? I am keeping my fingers
>  crossed!
>
>  Lars
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