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Revisions Made To Ios 4 Sdk

Revisions Made To Ios 4 Sdk

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Matt Drance reports changes to Apple's iPhone developer terms and conditions made last week. Changes are particular to the game developers that allow continuing use of the traditionally interpreted code languages, such as Lua in their App Store applications.

Apple's iOS 4 SDK relaxes iPhone game developers from restriction of section 3.3.2, appropriate to the interpreted code. Apple still prohibits Flash and other middleware platforms while it enables the popular gaming engines and libraries. The 3.3.2 restriction stated that iOS apps will originally be written in Objective-C, C, C++ or JavaScript, and specifically no certain interpreted code is downloadable in an Application. Exceptions of the codes that are being interpreted or run by Apple's Documented APIs and built-in interpreters.

www.itsaboutiphone.co.uk

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