LiveCode and the Mac App Store
pete at mollysrevenge.com
Tue Nov 16 22:17:40 CST 2010
I don't develop for iPad/iPhone (yet) but it seems to me that
Revolution owe all its developers who do develop on that platform an
answer to your questions and any others that would make it easier to
develop apps for the Apple Store.
On Nov 16, 2010, at 8:06 PM, ron barber wrote:
> As a follow up to my earlier question _can_ we use LiveCode desktop to
> make desktop apps to be sold through the Apple store (Kevin's answer
> was a qualified 'yes') Is anyone _actually_ moving forward with an app
> for the Apple store?
> I have an app that I want to make available in the store but I'm
> worried that current set up may not meet Apple guidelines.
> If so could you comment on how you eliminated or modified the way you:
> 1. Save prefs: currently I spit out another stack from a customprop
> stored in the startupstack.
> 2. Listing your homepage in the About or Help menus or anywhere else.
> In other words, Are you providing a way for users to contact you in a
> way that Apple likes?
> 3. Auto checking upgrade options: currently my app checks a file on
> homepage on startup and informs users if there is a newer version.
> Any other parts of your application that you have modified to conform
> to Apple's (current) guidelines?
> Thanks for your suggestions...
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