“ 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”
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"When Apple announced Airdrop this past June, I knew it would be a great feature for teachers with iPads. A common complaint about iPads in the classroom was that it wasn’t necessarily easy to transfer student work in the Camera Roll to the teacher. With no USB connection and no SD card slot, how was a teachersupposed to collect student work? Email would work for small files, but videos were much too large to send. Dropbox could be a solution, but that would require students to set up their own accounts, problematic if they are under a certain age. Enter AirDrop, a seamless and very quick way to transfer files via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections between “nearby” devices."