1. SPS828's Avatar
    I was looking up Project Astoria and Project Islandwood (for running iOS/Android apps on Windows) and I noticed that Project Islandwood only works with iPhone apps written in Objective-C but the most new iOS apps and many existing apps are being rewritten in the new Swift language. That will mean there will be a limited potential audience of iOS developers to port their apps.
    08-24-2015 03:36 PM
  2. colinkiama's Avatar
    I was looking up Project Astoria and Project Islandwood (for running iOS/Android apps on Windows) and I noticed that Project Islandwood only works with iPhone apps written in Objective-C but the most new iOS apps and many existing apps are being rewritten in the new Swift language. That will mean there will be a limited potential audience of iOS developers to port their apps.
    Microsoft said that they will add support for Swift too. Someone close the thread please, problem solved
    Ma Rio, RumoredNow, SPS828 and 1 others like this.
    08-24-2015 03:38 PM
  3. SPS828's Avatar
    Thanks for the answer!
    xandros9 likes this.
    08-24-2015 03:41 PM

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