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Appcelerator Titanium - the open source platform that lets you build desktop and mobile apps with web-happy development tools, including JavaScript, Python, and Ruby on Rails - has now embraced PHP. The three-year-old Appcelerator will officially reveal its PHP love tomorrow at the Zend PHP conference in its home town of …

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Meh

I built a load of native Mac apps using PHP and Applescript as a wrapper ages ago.

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Neat!

Skills not required. I just love all the extra argument injection and other funny exploitable vectors opening up to mobile devices. Something for the "IT security" (really, plugging holes in swiss cheese) industry to move on to when they bore of the usual redmond fare.

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Why?!

What happened to the right tool for the right job?

If im writing a web app I'll use PHP,Ruby and javascript.

If im writing an iPhone app I'll use Objective-C

Jeez, not everyone can be a developer!

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WTF?

Can not anyone provide any useful details nowadays about a product?

What does this do? generates a distributable exe file?

Native compiled? interpreted? byte-code compiled? how big are the runtimes?

Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease

The article goes like this: Incredible new framework that does wonders wrapped on a shiny box.

Sounds like a scareware scam but with developer tools.

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