Linked by sloth on Wed 23rd Jan 2013 19:22 UTC
Java The first preview release of RoboVM has just been made available. The primary goal of the project is to make it possible to develop native iOS applications in Java that use native iOS Cocoa Touch APIs. The RoboVM compiler translates Java bytecode into ARM or x86 machine code. The core classes (java.lang, java.util,, etc.) are based on Android's runtime classes. RoboVM's compile time tools are GPLv2 licensed while the runtime is released under business-friendly licenses, mostly the Apache License v2.0.
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RE: Against terms?
by Torbjorn Vik Lunde on Thu 24th Jan 2013 07:26 UTC in reply to "Against terms?"
Torbjorn Vik Lunde
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I think they loosened the terms regarding programming languages and tools a few years ago. For example, RubyMotion which allows you to write iOS apps in Ruby is allowed.

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