iRobotlegs - Objective-C/Cocoa Touch Port

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Pedr Browne

24 Oct, 2011 09:59 AM

For anyone that is interested; I have ported Robotlegs over to Objective-C / Cocoa Touch. I will be actively improving it on an ongoing basis and would love to get some feedback from anyone familiar with developing for iOS. I would also welcome anyone interested in collaborating. iRobotlegst should be familiar enough for anyone who has used the original version to pick up quickly, though Objective-C has more than a few significant differences from Actionscript.

You can find it here:

  1. 1 Posted by Ian on 09 Nov, 2011 10:20 AM

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    Hi Pedr,

    Great stuff!

    Having little experience in either technology (although hoping to change the fact). Do you know how easy/difficult/possible it would be to port this to cappuccino?



  2. 2 Posted by pedr browne on 09 Nov, 2011 12:28 PM

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    I have only had the briefest of looks at the Cappuccino / Objective-J
    stack, so I'm afraid I couldn't even begin to give you an answer. However,
    given that it is built on top of top of Javascript (Which supports event
    bubbling) it might actually be a better fit than Objective-C. I had no idea
    if the Objective-C port was possible until a good way into it so all I can
    suggest is that you give it a go ;)

  3. Ondina D.F. closed this discussion on 08 Mar, 2012 09:16 AM.

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