Iphone SDK 4 Final released..

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  1. thespy007 macrumors newbie

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  2. BeyondtheTech macrumors 68020

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  3. danpass macrumors 68020

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    how does a current Windows person develop for iPhone?
     
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  5. goosnarrggh macrumors 68000

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    As Steve Jobs puts it, there are two supported platforms for developing software for the iPhone: HTML5 and SDK.

    - Anybody can develop for the iPhone in HTML5 using their favourite HTML authoring tools, and distribution is completely unregulated via the author's choice of website. You can do this with your existing Windows tools.

    - To develop native apps using the SDK, you must own a reasonably recent (post-Intel transition) Macintosh computer. It is free to download the SDK and debug your programs using the on-screen simulator. To test those apps on real hardware, you must register as a developer and pay an enrolment fee. To distribute those apps to potential customers, you must go through the iTunes/iPhone App Store.

    [edit] Cool, I didn't know about DragonFireSDK before. [/edit]
     
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