NUI Framework – ObjectiveC Alternatives [iPhone, C++]

iPhone development is red hot right now, with thousands of individual developers and big brands trying to carve out a miniscule piece of the Apple's rather large pie for themselves. Aside from the profit aspect, there are many creative programmers looking to experiment with a powerful, hand-held, multitouch multitouch device. With it's advanced features, such as audio input / output, accelerometer, wifi, bluetooth, and location awareness, the iPhone really is a device that many people have been dreaming about for years. To program for the iPhone, a developer typically has to learn ObjectiveC and it doesn't hurt to know some C / C++ since a lot of iPhone libraries are written in that.

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