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Answered by macnlos : Mar 10 2011 01:12 PM
@pzearfoss - just let me know that Xcode is free to subscribers. Well my access wasn't working and I just assumed I had to buy it. My bad assumption, my lost $5.00. full answer >
Answered by kenyarmosh : Apr 08 2010 06:48 PM
I'm not really sure it hurts Apple. They've made it pretty clear that the App Store is their world and they'll do what they want with it.
In addition, I'd assume that for an app like ... full answer >
Now that developers can get their hands on the iPad, it's reasonable to predict an oncoming wave of app development. The larger screen and faster processor practically guarantee it. And that means all...
Answered by adfm : Mar 26 2010 03:25 PM
If you're looking for O'Reilly apps in the iTunes App Store try the following link:
It will bring you to O'Reilly apps sorted by popularity. full answer >
Answered by nifone : Nov 24 2009 08:20 AM
Check out PhoneGap
Think that's what you're looking for
Spirowave iPhone/iPod art toy
http://itunes.com/apps/spirowave full answer >