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Clemri asked on 18 Jul 2012, 06:25 PM
Hi Mark,

Thanks for trying Icenium.

Yes, you are correct. Our initial offering is geared towards the Windows developer that wants to target iOS (and Android) from a Windows machine - either because they do not have a MAC/can't justify the cost or don't have the time to learn Objective-C and Xcode.

Having said that, a MAC client is on our backlog.

At the moment the biggest differences between Graphite and Mist are version control that will be coming to Mist soon, dynamic code analysis and an integrated debugger.

Look here for more on Graphite:
http://icenium.com/resources/documentation/using-icenium-graphite

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Clemri

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answered on 18 Jul 2012, 05:45 PM
Is it safe to say that this product is geared more towards the Windows community? The impression is that your target audience is Windows developers that don't want to have anything to do with Apple and Xcode. Please correct me if I'm reading that incorrectly. I am strictly an OS X-based developer. Not knowing what the Graphite IDE is capable of, I can't compare what I'm missing by using Mist. What additional capabilities does Graphite have over Mist, if any? Thank you.

Update: Let me clarify the "don't want to have anything to do with Apple..." part. Obviously, your tools are supporting iOS devices, so that wouldn't be a good wording for what I was trying to say, but I hope you know what I mean. 
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answered on 19 Jul 2012, 12:12 AM
Hi Clemri,

Thanks for the clarification. I'm glad to hear a Mac client is in the plans!

-Mark
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