A project building an open-source version of Microsoft's .NET development framework is trying to attract iPhone developers building business applications. The Mono Project is recruiting "adventurous" iPhone developers interested in trying Mono for the iPhone and its now feature-completed MonoTouch APIs. MonoTouch consists of a …
will they also port an emulator so that I don't need a Mac to create iphone apps?
...I can code for my iPhone even though I don't own a Mac?
Where do I sign up...
is this allowed
iPhone don't let you have any sort of VM or runtime on their platform. Even game roms are banned.
They aren't about to let .Net in - even if they do have a great deal of love and respect for Microsoft.
* Who says you can't?
"Also, you can't generate dynamic code." * .... Err, is the opposite not the Apple Holy Grail..... Dynamic Code Generation on a Proprietary Executive Communications System?
Note to self: RTFA.
Disregard that! You do need to buy the Apple SDK.
Go download Winchain instead.
@ Martin 6
@ Martin 6:
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