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I'm looking for a way to easily port content driven applications from one mobile platform to another. And recently I've came a cross a grapple mobile that claims that they can compile one code written in js and css to almost all platforms.

Have you used it? Are such apps approved by apple? (AFAIK Apple restricted the development to objective-c, c, c++)

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Apple has relaxed its restrictions on development tools so perhaps it will not be a problem for Grapple (I am not a lawyer and so on). I have not tried Grapple, but I have tested Appcelerator Titanium which seemed nice enough. It compiles javascript to native objective C for iPhone and Java for Android.

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Appcelerator Looks nice indeed thanks. –  Piotr Czapla Sep 15 '10 at 5:48

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