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Tuesday, April 01, 2008 

Porting to iPhone

Good news for iPhone gamers: Innaworks is developing a tool called alcheMo to ease the porting of Java or J2ME games onto the iPhone. The iPhone doesn’t natively support Java applications — although steps are being taken to change that — so the software instead automatically converts Java code into iPhone code. This kind of automated code conversion is somewhat hit-or-miss, but it does ease the process or porting considerably. This first release is a beta, and there’s no word on an exact release date, but hopefully they’ll finish it up before the release of the AppStore in June.

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