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Discussion in 'iPad 3 Forum' started by elektrabre, May 21, 2012.
Is there a way I can launch .jnpl files on ipad3?
No. Safari does not support Java, and Apple does not allow third party apps to run user entered code. It's one of their security stances. Makes it harder to break a device if you can't enter and run code directly.
However the app CodeToGo will allow you to create/edit code, then compile and run it on their servers. It supports a fairly expensive set of languages, including JAVA.
Not ideal, but if you just need a learning environment or to test code, it may be enough. There is another app that does the same/similar thing, but I can't remember the name.
I intend to cross compile my game that I wrote in java
with this thing (xmljvm) to objective c to port to iOS.
Any one has done such an act of laziness (not to learn objective c)
and have been successful?