TapLynx framework helps build iPhone apps without code
By Lex Friedman, Macworld
Now it’s possible to create apps for the iPhone without knowing a lick of code. With the launch of TapLynx from NewsGator Technologies, anyone with Web-based content to share can build an iPhone app, replete with features like embedded video, Twitter hooks, and e-mail-to-a-friend.
Obviously, you wouldn’t use TapLynx to create a brand new iPhone game or (yet another) Twitter client. But if your goal is to create a content-centric app with text, photos, and videos, the framework might just provide a smart shortcut. And since TapLynx supports sponsorship, display ads, and video pre-roll ads, monetizing your app should be pretty doable, too. A TapLynx license costs $3500 upfront, which should theoretically save you oodles of cash: You won’t have to learn Cocoa, spend hoursdays months in development, or reinvent the wheel.
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