Running revlets on the iPad

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Wed Jun 30 13:54:01 CDT 2010


Richmond,

Web Apps accessed with Safari and several systems using the Safari  
framework, such as Phonegap and Appcelerator. I think that Titanium  
has its own IDE, but you'll need XCode anyway. There's also Unity. If  
you want to make commercial apps, note that Apple may decide to not  
allow non-XCode apps any time.

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On 30 jun 2010, at 20:22, Richmond wrote:

> This sounds all rather like negative ostension.
>
> What DOES work on the iPhone or iPad that has NOT been made with
> Apple's own xCode?
>
> And, quite frankly, if Plugins don't work on those platforms they do  
> look
> "a bit flat" if one wants (especially with regard to the iPad) to  
> use them
> as effective web-browsers.





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