New Window App allows programming for iPhone!

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Wed Jul 7 11:21:59 EDT 2010


Hi,

Clearly, DragonFireSDK didn't get approval from Apple. If you want to  
use your app on your iPhone, you have to upload it to a server, where  
it will be compiled with XCode. The website says you can distribute  
your app as if it were created on a Mac, but it isn't clear to me  
whether you can actually sell your app in the iTunes store (an "App  
Store" is mentioned). If DragonFireSDK had received approval, then the  
workaround and vague statements on the website wouldn't be necessary.  
I admire their courage :-)

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> On 7 Jul 2010, at 15:38, charles61 wrote:
>
>> I just came across a link to a new Windows program, DragonFireSDK,  
>> that
>> allows Windows users to program for the iPhone without using  
>> Apple's SDK. I
>> believe the program sells for $49. I went to the site last night  
>> but did not
>> write down the details. I tried to go to the site a moment ago to  
>> confirm
>> the price but I could not access it. I guess the site may be  
>> getting a lot
>> of hits today!
>> DragonFireSDK includes a cross-platform library and an iPhone  
>> simulator. The
>> program uses C/C++ language. Here is the link: http://www.dragonfiresdk.com/





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