Much like the San Francisco-based startup Unity, Appcelerator has asked Apple if iPhone applications coded with its dev kit violate the new Jobsian rule against the use of languages other than Objective C, C, or C++. And like Unity, Appcelerator hasn't received an answer. "We've talked to them. They are aware of what we're doing …
I use Titanium Mobile ...
... and if I was them I'd start assuming that Apple will eventually be dicks about this, like they always are, and start concentrating on Android and Windows Phone 7.
@ my previous post
Ah just re-read it, yes I'm an idiot!
from about 500 in March to over 4,000. In March
That's a bloomin quick increase! (sorry :)
And the very next day,
Appcelerator gets a love note in the form of 3.3.1 and 3.3.2 no longer banning interpreted code. Yes, I'm happy.
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