After the experience gained from the first version of Stella SDK and successfully publishing dozens of apps in the biggest and still expanding Chinese Android market. Stella SDK 2 is now released with significant changes that will improve the way it works including a vast range of possibilities for the porting of iOS apps to other systems.
Stella SDK 2 allows developers to cross-compile Objective-C apps to Android, without maintaining a separate code base in Java. It is used by many top rated games, including iDaggers, Sunnyseeds, Mad Dragon, etc.
We are pleased to announce that Stella SDK 2 is being offered as a free solution for both game and app developers (beta), with main features including:
- massively improved UIKit for app compatibility (StellaKit) - newly introduced sibtool to convert xib files to sib files (StellaKit) - using UI- prefix for Stella Kit classes (StellaKit) - support for Cocos2Dv2 (OpenGLESv2) - implicit/explicit animation support (Core Animation) - support for gesture recognizors (StellaKit) - improved xcgen so that iOS build settings are retained (xcgen) - introduced general purpose stella-config script (scripts)
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