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    Lightbulb Looking for good API to create iPhone apps on Windows

    I've been looking for an API to create iPhone apps on windows and I came across dragonfiresdk and it looks like a good way to go. Has anyone tried this? I'd appreciate some help.
    Thanks

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    Re: Looking for good API to create iPhone apps on Windows

    its been a breeze for me. the api is pretty clean and easy to understand. I created my app and got it published to the appstore within a couple weeks, and it's nice to use a language I already kno like c/c++.

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    Re: Looking for good API to create iPhone apps on Windows

    Quote Originally Posted by cbe_88 View Post
    its been a breeze for me. the api is pretty clean and easy to understand. I created my app and got it published to the appstore within a couple weeks, and it's nice to use a language I already kno like c/c++.
    On a Windows platform?

    Viggy

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    Re: Looking for good API to create iPhone apps on Windows

    Yes, dragonfire allows you to create an app all on your Windows platform, and they use their mac to upload it to the appstore for you.

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    Re: Looking for good API to create iPhone apps on Windows

    Thanks for the info and the feedback guys. just bought it, and I'm liking the API, I'll let you know how it goes.

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    Re: Looking for good API to create iPhone apps on Windows

    Hey guys, just to let you know I was able to get my first app into the app store with dragonfire, no problem. Good stuff!

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