DragonFire SDK Enables iPhone Development on Windows

February 1st, 2010 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: iOS | 2 Comments »

Dragonfire-sdk One of the biggest frustration for Windows developers is the obligation to buy a mac in order to develop for Apple’s iPhone OS. Though Adobe announced a solution already, it seems DragonFire SDK has beaten the giant to it.

With DragonFire SDK, developers can develop iPhone apps in C and C++ via Windows Visual C++. This means Windows developers will not have to cope with the limitations of Adobe’s Flash CS5. Also, studying Objective-C is no obligation anymore.

Next to offering a Windows development platform, DragonFire also allows developers to publish their apps over the DragonFire developer account. Ideal for free apps as it saves developers from the annual $99 fee. BETA testers can sign up now on the DragonFire SDK website.

    2 Responses to “DragonFire SDK Enables iPhone Development on Windows”

    1. david dart says:

      I would like to Beta test DragonFire SDK to evaluate its use in future devlopment of iphone apps without the need for a mac computer

      • Alan says:

        thank you for bring us so strong tool 。I am just a poor student who like programming, I can’t afford it . It’s too expensive to me and my family. It almost can cost my family ‘s a moth ‘s food. I am looking forward that I can get a free copy. thank you so much . If I can succeed finally, I will pay you back.

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