I'm really not into obj-c, it's not a very intuitive language, and c++ is what I know and it's much cleaner. However, I do want to get started in making iphone apps. Is there anyway I can do this in c++?

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According to This Link you can use c++

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According to This Link you can use c++

Oh awesome. Thanks for the link. Good to know I don't have to conform to obj-c. c++ all the way! :)

So have you, Nathan, or anyone else used this Dragonfiresdk? Would love some feedback before trying it.


Yeah, I only have experience with Dragonfiresdk so it's the only one I can recommend. It's definitely worth a look if you want to use c/c++ instead of obj-c.

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