Google has come out with a number of goodies for developers using Objective-C, and has been great at updating their Objective-C libraries for working with Google APIs.
Today Google released a very interesting new project called J2ObjC – a tool for translating Java code to Objective-C. This tool allows the Java code to be part of your Objective-C build. This is not an emulator, but a converter.
There’s no UI toolkit here, but if you’re looking to translate the logic from an Android app it looks like this tool will give you a great head start.
You can find the tool on Google Code here.
The tool is stated to be in alpha/beta state, but apparently Google has already used it in a number of their own projects.
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