Developing on Windows =C

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  1. DaveCS2

    DaveCS2 New Member

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    Unfortunately, I don't have a mac computer but would like to start developing iPhone/Touch apps. I have intermediate knowledge of C, Java, Basic, ect but have never developed with apple software. Is there a way to do this on Windows and, if so, could someone point me to resources for doing so. I'll obviously be learning quite a lot so all help, regardless of how noobish, is appreciated.

    Thanks
    ~Dave
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    Mantu New Member

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    RazerM New Member

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    If your just creating simple UIKit apps, try Jiggy - it is very easy to use and uses javascript.
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    DaveCS2 New Member

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    Thanks. I think this will provid a good start.
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    anyone else want to lend some help?
    I'm sure theres at least one person that got windows toolchain fully working.
    I need the updated headers, please. I can't compile a simple videoplayer without some missing .h headers
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    tylerisradd New Member

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    try setting up a virtual machine (thats what i did)
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    I wish I had the resources right now to set up a virtual machine. I really need a bigger hdd.
    I'm just going to get a mac when I get the chance and, for now, the cygwin libs are working.
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    Xcode 3.1?

    Are there any way to use Xcode 3.1 at Windows?

    iphonegameover.com helps to build development environment at Windows.
    Because it is based on Xcode 2.5, however, it is impossible to compile simple code
    provided by Apple with it.

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