Marmalade Juice, a service added recently to the Marmalade SDK, enables developers to publish iOS apps on Android by adding the ‘clang’ compiler and support for core app APIs on top of the C++ SDK. This enables native iOS Objective-C titles to deploy as native code on Android with no virtual machine, so, most importantly, the code runs fast. So how does it actually work and what steps get you from Objective-C to Android? We’ve put together a simple 7 step guide to help get you started. 1. Conversion Process
As we all scramble to learn this fantastic new language Apple gifted to us at WWDC 2014, we're coming across new ways of doing things, either because the new way is better, or because the old way is no longer possible.One of the main features that Swift has taken away, is the C preprocessor. That's what enabled #define's to work. A common #define u...
Apple this year announced two software developments – iOS 8 and OS X and the developer tools that bring them to life which includes a new programming language, Swift. Let us see some numerous features of the iOS8 iPhone and the iPad.
Diagnostics combine logic with analytics to arrive at a conclusion. It's science and engineering at their purest. It's human reasoning at its most potent. For us developers, our medium of code informs the production of subsequent code, creating a positive feedback loop that has catapulted the development of technology exponentially over the last half century. For us Objective-C developers specifically, the most effective diagnostics come from Clang.