LiveCode Adds iOS 7 Support - New Release Announced

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RunRev Ltd today announced the release of an update to their flagship programming environment, LiveCode. Version 6.1.2 adds support for the latest iOS 7 SDK and Xcode 5.0, as well as over 30 other enhancements.

LiveCode Community Edition
"This release demonstrates the continued success of the open source model, which is allowing us to develop faster than ever before."

LiveCode is the rapid app development platform of choice for app developers wanting to create cross platform apps on iOS, Android, Mac, Windows and Linux. This update ensures continued seamless support for the hugely popular iOS platform, comprising apps running on iPads, iPhones and iPod Touch.

LiveCode is famous for being the first Scottish technology company to raise half a million pounds via Kickstarter to fund the LiveCode Open Source project, in February this year.

Kevin Miller, CEO of RunRev Ltd, said: "This release demonstrates the continued success of the open source model, which is allowing us to develop faster than ever before. We are now able with the help of the community to maintain two simultaneous strands of development, so 6.1.2 has been released with essential support for iOS 7, whilst our team are still working on the next exciting release, which will deliver more of our Kickstarter goals."

LiveCode Community can be downloaded free here.

About RunRev

RunRev based in Edinburgh, Scotland has a vision that everyone can code. It makes the open source LiveCode platform for building native mobile, desktop and server applications.

The visual workflow allows the user to develop apps live, while the natural language syntax is powerful and uniquely accessible. The company is committed to promoting digital literacy – schools using the platform have seen a doubling of uptake for their CS courses.

Commercial successes include both SMEs and Fortune 500 companies. LiveCode apps have grossed over US $100 million and include #1 best sellers, enterprise business systems, games and productivity tools.

In 2013, RunRev began an exciting initiative to provide an open source version of the LiveCode software. The first version of this, LiveCode Community, launched in April 2013.

Find out more at http://www.livecode.com.

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