Airplay SDK?

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  1. iBenji

    iBenji Well-Known Member

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    Has any one downloaded the official free trial of airplay SDK? If so is it a good software that won't install viruses to my computer that I can acually works well?
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    What's Airplay SDK?
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    But looks like its only C++. Not Obj-c.
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    So that means it won't work for app development? Sorry if thats a dumb question, I'm trying to learn some basics on app development
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    You may want to try Dragonfire SDK.
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    DragonFire SDK looks really good. I think I'm going to look more into that
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    tinyman392 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    AirPlay is in accordance to Apple's rules. It's allowed. Apple only allows programs to be submitted that originally are coded in any of the following languages: C, Obj C, C++. AirPlay SDK uses C++ to use for programming and is allowed. DragonFire SDK uses the same language. A game that was created with AirPlay was Backbreaker (football game, available in the AppStore).

    AirPlay SDK is free if you make under six figures a year through DEVELOPING (Free iPhone license).
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    Thank you for explaining that to me, it really helps

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    That doesn't exist really, as national charts are weekly, not daily.
    Most stations no longer make numbers of spins public.

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