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There are many tricks to test your website, web service or apps for iPad and iPhone even without owning the gadget. IPad and iPhone Emulators or Simulators are all around us because of popularity gained by the iOS vices. Once again we list here some of really useful and free simulators for iPad and iPhone, some of them are emulators as well. The iPhone Simulator is easy to use, and happens to be very convenient for both advanced, and intermediate users. Xamarin TestFlight. The next iOS emulator to run iPhone apps on PC comes in the form of Xamarin TestFlight, the first official Apple emulator that is made for testing the apps developed for iOS. Images for the virtual desktop are now being preloaded into RAM. When this is complete, you will be presented with the desktop and be able to browse all available options without the need for further loading. The best iPad simulator for Mac and PC that we've found is called iPadian. The Mac version of iPadian is available from the iPadian website; you can download the PC version from TA Downloads. Bluestacks is one of the most popular Android emulators for Windows and is probably.

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Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Dave Winer speculates:

The software we will buy from the Mac version of the App Storewill be the actual software that runs on the iPad and iPhone.

In other words, they’re teaching the developers, privately, how towrite iPad software for an iPad with a keyboard. In other words,the MacBook Air.

Rene Ritchie even wonders if that’s what’s going on this week at the private iOS developer meeting in Cupertino. (It’s not — that event is a Game Center summit.)

There’s no doubt that iOS is where the developer mojo is. Not just Apple’s developer mojo, but the industry’s. It’s the hottest platform in the world, period. And I do think Apple sees the upcoming Mac App Store as an opportunity for iOS developers who’ve never written apps for the Mac to start. But I don’t think iPad apps are ever going to run on the Mac as-is, without any change or adaptation to account for the very different input methods. This isn’t about ARM vs. x86 code generation, or development frameworks. It’s about the fact that direct manipulation on a touchscreen is fundamentally different than moving a mouse cursor via a touchpad. (Secondarily: iPad apps can and do assume that they will run full-screen on a 9.7-inch 1024 × 768 display. What happens in Winer’s scenario when you launch an iPad app on a 27-inch iMac?)

Super mario 64 download free full version. I can prove it, practically, that iPad apps aren’t going to run on the Mac as a standard feature. iOS apps do run on Mac OS X, today, in the iPhone/iPad emulator that ships with the iOS developer kit. Ends up they’re just not that pleasant to use on a Mac. Gestures that are natural and fun with direct touch are awkward and clumsy using a mouse or touchpad. I never hear iPad developers — who run their own iOS apps on their Macs during development, for testing and debugging purposes — wish that they could ship them as-is to Mac users. Ever try a game like Pac-Man on the iPhone? A game that’s designed from the ground up around a hardware joystick or D-pad just isn’t very good on a device without a joystick. Everything about iOS apps is like that when you run them on a Mac. (And, conversely, popular iOS games like Angry Birds tend to feature controls that only really make sense with a touchscreen.)

That said, prior to the iPad’s official announcement, I was on the record predicting that the iPad (or, as I called it then, The Tablet) would only run iPad-specific apps — apps written with the same APIs and frameworks as iPhone apps, but optimized for the tablet-sized display. I was wrong about that — the iPad supports running iPhone-sized apps. But everyone with an iPad knows that non-iPad-optimized iPhone apps stink on the iPad. Personally, I don’t use any of them. I still think the reason Apple allowed iPhone apps to run on the iPad is simply to make sure there were thousands of apps available on day one, whether they were ideal or not. The Mac doesn’t suffer that problem. (I wouldn’t be surprised if the iPad eventually drops support for non-iPad optimized apps.)

In short, I think Winer’s basic notion is correct, insofar as that Apple plans to make Mac OS X more iPad-like, and that they might be working on ways to make Mac development more like iOS development. But he’s wrong on exactly how this could happen. It can’t and won’t be as easy as somehow just letting iPad apps run on the Mac.

I think it would be something more like how native iPad apps are related to, but different than, iPhone apps. In Cocoa, Mac apps are based on the AppKit framework — and AppKit dates back to the original NeXT frameworks from the late 1980s. With the iPhone, Apple replaced AppKit with UIKit. I’m far (very far) from being a Cocoa expert, but I know enough to say that UIKit is different from AppKit in more ways than just issues related to mouse cursors vs. touchscreens. UIKit is in some ways a clean slate do-over — an “if we could do it all over again, we’d do a few things differently” successor to AppKit. Can I imagine iPad apps, exactly as we know them today, running on Mac OS X? No. Can I imagine a future variant of UIKit for the Mac, which results in native Mac apps that are inherently more iOS-like? Yes.1 That’s all conjecture about the future, though. The Mac App Store that’s scheduled to ship about two months from now is going to debut filled with nothing but good old-fashioned AppKit Mac apps.

The whole point of Apple’s success with iOS has been the opposite of “write once, run anywhere”. It’s more like “write a version that is specifically optimized for this particular device”.

  1. Same goes for hypothetical future UIKit apps for the Apple TV. ↩︎

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Welcome to the Hatari web site!
Hatari is an Atari ST/STE/TT/Falcon emulator for GNU/Linux, BSD,Mac OS X, Windows and other systems which are supported by theSDL library.The Atari ST was a 16/32 bit computer system which was first released by Atariin 1985. Using the Motorola 68000 CPU, it was a very popular computer havingquite a lot of CPU power at that time.Unlike many other Atari ST emulators which try to give you a goodenvironment for running GEM applications, Hatari tries to emulate the hardwareof a ST as close as possible so that it is able to run most of the old ST gamesand demos.Hatari is open source software and is distributed under the terms of theGNU General Public License (GPL).

Features:

Hatari supports the emulation of most of the ST and STE hardware, including somespecial tricks like raster interrupts, border effects and PSG sample sound.A joystick can be emulated with the cursor keys or with a real PC joystick.Hatari also features the possibility to 'mount' a directory of thehost system as a ST drive, or to use images from an original Atari's hard disk.
Hatari is also able to emulate the additional hardware of the TT or Falconmachines, like the Videl video chip or the DSP 56001. However, note that TTand Falcon support are currently still in development and experimental.

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System requirements:

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Hatari needs a fast machine (1 GHz or more for ST/STE emulation, > 2 GHzfor Falcon emulation) which is running a POSIX compatible operating system(preferably GNU/Linux) that supports the SDL library.There are also some ports to other operating systems like macOS or Windows,please see the links page for more information.Non-Linux systems like FreeBSD etc. are rarely tested, so if you run intoproblems while compiling Hatari on such platforms, please let us know!

Have a look at the downloads page for detailsabout the required libraries and available packages.Some binary packages are now available, too, but not for all architectures.So you might need to also have GNU C on your system to recompile the sourcecode of Hatari.

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Before you can finally run the emulator, you also need a TOS image file.TOS is the built-in operating system of the Atari 16/32 bit computers.Since it is not possible to ship one of these image files with Hatari,you either have to create your own image from your Atari or you have touse EmuTOS, a free TOSreplacement.