Objective C. Proprietary Mac-only language. But there is at least one project, Monotouch, that lets you program iphone apps in C#, I assume there are probably projects for other languages, as well.
Dr Brain - Tue Jan 26, 2010 8:06 am
Objective C is neither proprietary nor mac-only. It just happens to be rarely used outside of Apple related software.
SamHughes - Mon Mar 01, 2010 2:09 am
You can use Objective-C++ too (right?). It exists, generally. I think you can for the iPhone. In principle you should be able to. It would take two seconds to confirm or deny whether this is already supported.
Anyway, if you've got a bunch of C++ code lying around, that makes life easier.
KrynetiX - Mon Mar 01, 2010 2:30 pm
iPhone is soon to support flash (thank god) once Flash CS5 is released.
On another note (since the Flash->iPhone system will certainly be limited) I keep imagining subspace written in actionscript 3.0. Would be kind of funny for AS3 (actionscript 3) to connect to AS3 (asss).
MINDSINK - Mon May 04, 2015 7:36 pm
subscape will be cross-platform