[sword-devel] iPhone developers?
dtrotzjr at crosswire.org
Sun Apr 19 17:31:29 MST 2009
That's new to me. I knew Apple was pretty restrictive to the release of
apps, didn't realize it would have an impact on developing and testing of
software. How will this affect the devs, I am assuming we also need one of
those 100 slots? Anyhow I am very interested in helping out. I have done a
significant amount of work on SwordReader for the Windows Mobile platform
over the past year and a half and have just grown so tired of windows on my
phone that I decided to jump ship and go with an iPhone.
Hopefully someone else will take on the SwordReader development, but from my
experiences I am guessing that the Windows Mobile platform is a dying breed.
From: Ian Wagner [mailto:iwagn973 at students.bju.edu]
Sent: Sunday, April 19, 2009 4:53 PM
To: SWORD Developers' Collaboration Forum
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] iPhone developers?
No, this will be a free application. The reason that I require sign-
ups is that it is impossible to release a version that will run on
just any iPhone/iPod touch because of Apple's code signing
requirements. Each device's UUID must be added to the provisioning
profile or the device will reject the app. The App Store of course
uses a different system, but that is handled by Apple, and I don't
want to release beta software to the App Store.
There's no place like 127.0.0.1
http://hiyono.dorms.bju.edu/ (only works @ BJU)
On Apr 19, 2009, at 7:48 PM, David Trotz wrote:
> I too am interested in working with the iPhone devs on the iPhone
> port. I am getting an iPhone later this week and just downloaded the
> iPhone 2.2 SDK.
> I am curious, why are you requiring sign-ups for beta testers? Are
> you planning on selling this software at some point?
> David Trotz
> Ian Wagner wrote:
>> Yes, I am working on one in what spare time I have. Check out
>> for details.
>> If anyone is interested, I am now opening this up for a beta test.
>> Sign-up details on the site.
>> There's no place like 127.0.0.1
>> http://hiyono.dorms.bju.edu/ (only works @ BJU)
>> On Jan 26, 2009, at 9:21 PM, Jake Spirek wrote:
>>> Hi all -
>>> is there anyone out there working on an iPhone version of the
>>> SWORD project? I am looking to team up with people to make an app
>>> with a great GUI and hopefully someday even be able to sync
>>> bookmarks with the desktop versions.
>>> Let me know!
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