Thursday, December 26, 2013

Javascript has landed in iOS : "implement a roughly Node.JS-compatible interface using JavaScriptCore.framework on iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks" : "Node.JS interpreter as an iOS app," : "JavaScriptCore gives developers deep access to the full JavaScript runtime from Objective-C. You can syntax-check and execute scripts, access variables, receive callbacks, and share Objective-C objects, making possible a wide range of interactions." : "Apple’s iOS7 is the first iOS operating system to officially support JavaScript as a mobile development language in Apples XCode tool chain. Apple’s iOS7 support of JavaScript inline with your Objective-C code validates JavaScript as the leading (and only) non proprietary language that is supported within the iOS development environment by the device manufacturer."

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