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    I'm an experienced Windows Developer and I'm planning to take my baby steps in the world of iPhone programming.

    I searched for iPhone/iPad development for Windows all over the net, but in vain.

    In most of the forums it's mentioned to use Dragonfire SDK

    Is there any full fledged iPhone Development environment for Windows like M$ Visual Studio(free/paid) ?

    Thanks in advance...
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    Originally Posted by SledgeHammer
    I'm an experienced Windows Developer and I'm planning to take my baby steps in the world of iPhone programming.

    I searched for iPhone/iPad development for Windows all over the net, but in vain.

    In most of the forums it's mentioned to use Dragonfire SDK

    Is there any full fledged iPhone Development environment for Windows like M$ Visual Studio(free/paid) ?

    Thanks in advance...
    How's your javascript?

    Ii started using Titanium Appcelerator and its really nice. Its a framework that provides an interface to the iPhone device features, and compiles into native code.

    You'll need a mac to compile it though. If you install the android SDK, you can cross-develop at the same time.
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    Originally Posted by SledgeHammer
    I'm an experienced Windows Developer and I'm planning to take my baby steps in the world of iPhone programming.

    I searched for iPhone/iPad development for Windows all over the net, but in vain.

    In most of the forums it's mentioned to use Dragonfire SDK

    Is there any full fledged iPhone Development environment for Windows like M$ Visual Studio(free/paid) ?

    Thanks in advance...
    An iPhone application development subdivision was formed in 2009 within company’s mobile development department. Since then it has been providing clients with iPhone application development services on a continuous basis. iPhones are getting more robust and less memory constrained with every new device that comes out. I think, we have the same thought as I also want to know more about iPhone development program over the net. Online courses will do if only possible.
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    Originally Posted by SledgeHammer
    I'm an experienced Windows Developer and I'm planning to take my baby steps in the world of iPhone programming.

    I searched for iPhone/iPad development for Windows all over the net, but in vain.

    In most of the forums it's mentioned to use Dragonfire SDK

    Is there any full fledged iPhone Development environment for Windows like M$ Visual Studio(free/paid) ?

    Thanks in advance...
    Hey, I know this is late, but did you ever look into Dragonfiresdk? I wish I'd seen this I would have been able to tell you, I used this to get started with iphone programming, and hope you did too. I was comfortable using it because I was able to make my apps in c/c++. Did you end up using it?

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