Apple Eases License Restrictions for iPhone, iPad Apps

By HTMLGoodies Staff

Apple reversed licensing restrictions for software developed for iOS devices, announcing that they are "relaxing all restrictions on the development tools used to create iOS apps, as long as the resulting apps do not download any code."

This is big news for Adobe, as it means that developers are free to create iPad and iPhone devices using the medium of their choice--including Flash. Previously this year, Adobe was forced to kill a project called Packager for iPhone due to Apple's strict licensing restrictions.

Another company to take note is Unity Technologies, which provides a multi-platform game Integrated Development Environment (IDE), which enables developers to create apps in JavaScript and C#. The JavaScript and C# scripts are compiled into native ARM assembler code during the build process.

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