With just Jiggy and a browser, you’ll be able to write an awesome iPhone application in a matter of minutes. JiggyApps run natively on the iPhone, so there is no messing around with HTML and the limitations of Mobile Safari. At the same time, you don’t need a compiler or even a Mac, because JiggyApps are written in JavaScript.

Release notes:

February 24, 2008

This is a runtime and sdk only release – the IDE has not changed.
Fixed scope problem with callbacks and closures.
Fixed UTF8 problems. “Æøå”.length returned 6, now it correctly returns 3
Added ClientSocket

Although these changes seem fairly small, they could have a big impact on existing code if something is not quite right.

Please report on how existing apps work with this runtime.

New client socket example:

The SDK has changed – the code generator now generates different code for event callbacks.