1. boxxa's Avatar
    No public download yet but it looks really cool and cant wait to see this in action.


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    2009-07-27 04:20 PM
  2. gojohnnyboi's Avatar
    I don't expect any good to come of this. If you want to develop on Windows, build the toolchain, it's an hour job. But for this SDK, they would have had to port the tool that compiles XIB files, and I also don't think they will be able to produce a decent iPhone Simulator.
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    2009-07-27 06:11 PM
  3. boxxa's Avatar
    I don't expect any good to come of this. If you want to develop on Windows, build the toolchain, it's an hour job. But for this SDK, they would have had to port the tool that compiles XIB files, and I also don't think they will be able to produce a decent iPhone Simulator.

    Well the new SDK is off the intel chipset. I am intrested in seeing how functional this might be. If you are doing true high level iPhone development then you obviously should be using a mac but this might push a lot of could be developers forward.
    2009-07-27 09:02 PM
  4. Mentalikryst's Avatar
    2009-07-31 02:29 AM
  5. boxxa's Avatar
    Haha looking through the latest screen shots seemed pretty strange. As more information and images "leaked" out after their last email made it highly doubtful by the way the images portrayed the building of apps. They pretty much made the SDK installer build just like on a Mac in Windows. Lol.
    2009-07-31 03:37 PM
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