Downloaded stacks on iOS

Monte Goulding monte at sweattechnologies.com
Fri Aug 14 18:04:35 EDT 2015


I think they are managing to get away with this because their apps are JavaScript which is exempted in the clause.
> On 15 Aug 2015, at 7:59 am, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com> wrote:
> 
> Interesting find in my morning reading:
> 
> This little startup is solving one of the biggest frustrations with Apple's App Store
> <http://www.businessinsider.com/apphubio-solves-apple-app-store-review-process-2015-8>
> 
> What his AppHub service does is the equivalent of LiveCode developers handling updates via downloaded stack files.
> 
> Historically many in our community have avoided that practice on iOS given Apple's strict rules, but this article describes those rules as "ambiguous", and thus far Apple hasn't shut down any apps using the AppHub mechanism (though that may be because there are so few at the moment).
> 
> Being able to handle our own updates without app store delays is very exciting - anyone here have any relevant experience with Apple which would help us appreciate whether downloaded stack files is a good thing to build one's architecture around, or if Apple is likely to just snuff out AppHub?
> 
> -- 
> Richard Gaskin
> Fourth World Systems
> Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
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