Some time ago I mentioned a tool for converting Java code to Objective-C (minus any interface code).
Here’s an open source project that features an ahead-of-time-compiler for your Java bytecode for the IOS platform called RoboVM.
RoboVM already has a number of apps in the app store, and compiling your bytecode is done easily through an Eclipse plugin or a command line tool. If you’ve checked out RoboVM in the past it has definitely come a long way, and certainly worth taking a look at.
Here’s a list of some of the key RoboVM features:
– Native iOS APIs and other Objective-C objects can be called like any other object
– Standard Java classes are included based on Android’s runtime
– Java bytecode is translated into native code
– Many apps are already in the app store
You can find RoboVM on the homepage.
A great tool for those looking to bring their Android Java based apps over to the iOS platform.
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