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By jrandol
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Published: Oct 24 2010 / 06:25

I was excited to see Apple's announcement about the OS App Store. It even got me thinking..what if I wrap up that nice little piece of software that I wrote last month..I could generate some additional revenue without having to worry about all of the hassles of doing a new commercial product line. Just write the software with some decent docs and deliver it. Neat! Oh, wait a minute..from what Tim Anderson is reporting I can't do that because Eclipse applications aren't going to be allowed on the App Store. In fact, Apple looks to be more or less elbowing Java out the back door and then locking the exit.
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EApubs replied ago:

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First its Flash.. and now Eclipse!!! Whats getting into Apple?

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RawThinkTank replied ago:

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Next will be HTML 5 and javascript; Or FireFox plug-ins.

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EApubs replied ago:

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Your absolutely right! We'll never know what else they'll ban! But the irony is... by doing these things.. they are telling people not to use their products!

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Miloskov replied ago:

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This is getting bizarre and ugly with Apple and as Tank said what it will be next they will drop?. So in a near future with Apple we will have to use only xcode and objective-c, to develop mac apps?, This blows really big!. Welcome come back the Apple of the 80's.

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TimBerglund replied ago:

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My sentiments exactly: "But please, don't tell me what I can or should put on my computer, OK? And definitely never ever ever tell me what kind of software I can and can't write for that computer."

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TimBerglund replied ago:

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My sentiments exactly: "But please, don't tell me what I can or should put on my computer, OK? And definitely never ever ever tell me what kind of software I can and can't write for that computer."

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henk replied ago:

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My sentiments exactly: "But please, don't tell me what I can or should put on my computer, OK? And definitely never ever ever tell me what kind of software I can and can't write for that computer."

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henk replied ago:

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My sentiments exactly: "But please, don't tell me what I can or should put on my computer, OK? And definitely never ever ever tell me what kind of software I can and can't write for that computer."

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