Apple launches iPhone Dev Center

Apple has launched a new iPhone Dev Center providing resources and tools for developing web apps for the iPhone and iPod touch. In an email sent out to ADC (Apple Developer Connection) members, Apple described the new site: “Complete with technical documentation, sample code, and videos through ADC on iTunes, the iPhone Dev Center is your single source for information on designing, coding and optimizing web applications for iPhone and iPod touch.” In detail, the center offers Web Development Guidelines, iPhone Tech Talk Videos, Sample Code, an iPhone Reference Library, a place to register for future iPhone Tech Talks, links to grab the Safari 3 Public Beta for compatibility testing, and a place to submit your completed web application for inclusion in Apple’s web apps library. It is currently unclear whether this Dev Center will also serve native third-party iPhone developers once the official SDK is released in February. Use of the iPhone Dev Center requires an Apple ADC account; non-ADC members can sign up for a free Online Membership.

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