Mobile Development Firm Apalon Helps Desperate iPhone Developers

After OS 4.0 intro event followed by new updated iPhone developer agreement the affected developers seek a way out of the situation and should shift to the use of programming languages supported by Apple such as C++ and Objective-C.

With the limited availability of such development resources on the market, especially ones proficient in the iPhone specificity, Apalon is ready to provide professional iPhone development services and integrate with product development teams.

With the latest changes in the development license agreement introduced by Apple along with iPhone OS 4.0 the demand for the professional iPhone development services in languages supported by Apple has grown immensely. Taking into consideration the shortage of skillful professionals in this sphere, Apalon is encouraging developers and publishers to leverage the company’s extensive experience and iPhone development services provided at cost-effective rates.

During its iPhone 4.0 developer event on the April 9th Apple showcased some of the new features of the next generation mobile OS. Just after that, Apple released a new beta SDK for developers, complete with a new developer license agreement. And nestled in that agreement there is the paragraph that has major implications for developers, and grave consequences for Adobe’s latest release of Flash: Apple is banning the “applications that link to Documented APIs through an intermediary translation or compatibility layer”.

With that move Apple makes the flagship feature of Adobe Flash CS5, which allows developers to port Flash applications to the iPhone, totally useless. In addition to that, the ban affects companies like Unity Technologies, which offer a platform for quickly designing three-dimensional applications. As a result, the above mentioned will prohibit many applications from being launched or marketed on the App Store.

The affected developers seek a way out of the situation and should shift to the use of programming languages supported by Apple such as C++ and Objective-C. With the limited availability of such development resources on the market, especially ones proficient in the iPhone specificity, Apalon is ready to provide professional iPhone development services and integrate with product development teams. Global delivery model that has been successfully exploited by Apalon ensures the competitive rates the company is ready to offer to its clients. Clearly, some developers might consider abandoning the platform, but for the rest of developers that translates to the smaller number of competitors looking to capitalize on the flourishing platform.

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