Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 9th Sep 2010 14:08 UTC
Apple Very good news out of Cupertino just now. It took quite a bit of negative press, but Apple has finally caved in: the company is dropping its restriction on third-party development tools for iOS. Also, the company has published all its App Store review guidelines out in the open for the first time. It took a little too long, but very good news nonetheless.
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RE[2]: Section 3.2.2
by wargum on Thu 9th Sep 2010 16:39 UTC in reply to "RE: Section 3.2.2"
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From daringfireball:

3.3.2 An Application may not download or install executable code. Interpreted code may only be used in an Application if all scripts, code and interpreters are packaged in the Application and not downloaded. The only exception to the foregoing is scripts and code downloaded and run by Apple’s built-in WebKit framework.

BTW: HTML is definitely NOT code! ;)

So, same as before, no other browser engines.

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RE[3]: Section 3.2.2
by Bill Shooter of Bul on Thu 9th Sep 2010 18:22 in reply to "RE[2]: Section 3.2.2"
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HTML should not be code. But that didn't stop them from doing this:

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RE[4]: Section 3.2.2
by Kroc on Thu 9th Sep 2010 19:20 in reply to "RE[3]: Section 3.2.2"
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Reminded me of iHTML—a real blast from the past

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RE[3]: Section 3.2.2
by henderson101 on Fri 10th Sep 2010 11:29 in reply to "RE[2]: Section 3.2.2"
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From daringfireball:

Yeah, I already quoted most of that. Why did you miss it...? oh, OS News readers decided to vote it down.

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