Marmalade SDK rescued by GMO Cloud with plans to continue development
Friday, January 6, 2017 by Richard Harris
GMO Cloud - based in Japan has obtained the exclusive license to resell the cross platform SDK “Marmalade,” (previously known as Ideaworks3D Limited) which enables the development of games and apps compiled from a single source code."We are very excited about GMO managing the development and distribution of the Marmalade SDK to enable our customers to continue building ...
Guidelines to Bringing Marmalade SDKbased Apps to Windows 10
Tuesday, June 23, 2015 by Stuart Parkerson
Recently Marmalade released a beta version of the Marmalade SDK with Windows 10 support. The platform was developed through a partnership with the Windows 10 Insider Program, with Marmalade working with the Windows 10 and Visual Studio teams to make sure that apps and games built with the Marmalade SDK work well for Windows 10 and with the latest Visual Studio tools.The...
Marmalade to Offer Developers $80,000 in Prizes for Apps Deployed to the Amazon Appstore
Monday, July 21, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Marmalade Technologies is hosting a new weekly promotion with a total prize value of over $80,000. To enter the contest developers can use any Marmalade license, including the free license, to deploy to the Amazon Appstore and enter into the weekly prize draw to win Marmalade and Amazon prizes.Every Marmalade app that is successfully submitted to the Amazon Ap...
Marmalade Announces Free SDK License with the Launch of Version 7.3
Monday, June 9, 2014 by Richard Harris
Marmalade Technologies is now offering a free license for their cross-platform SDK. Marmalade’s free SDK license enables developers to create apps and games for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Windows Store, BlackBerry and Tizen using a single codebase for native performance on any device. With the free license developers have access to Marmalade Quick, Marmalade Web ...
New Marmalade Juice Recompiles iOS Projects Natively for Android
Friday, March 21, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Marmalade has announced the release of Marmalade Juice which recompiles iOS projects natively for Android. The tool comes as standard with all Marmalade licenses including Community.Marmalade Juice lets developers using Xcode, Objective-C and all the iOS APIs to deploy to Android including the Google Play or Amazon App Store. The iOS app will be recompiled to ...
Marmalade Launches Free Thought Leadership Webinar Series aimed at Game Developers
Thursday, January 16, 2014 by Richard Harris
16th January 2014: Marmalade Technologies Ltd, makers of the C++ cross-platform SDK, today announced the launch of The Marmalade Partner Webinar Series, which has been developed as an educational resource for game developers who are interested in learning about useful tools, strategies and tips to help them get the most out of their games.Each webinar is presented by a ...
Marmalade Releases Version 7.1 for Cross platform Game and App Development, Testing and Deployment
Friday, December 27, 2013 by Richard Harris
Marmalade Technologies has released Marmalade 7.1 of its C++ SDK which focuses on making cross-platform game and app development, testing and deployment even easier for their community.
New features found in the software include the following:
Support for the official Tizen and Windows Phone emulatorsMarmalade developers can now deploy and test their games a...
Wacom Creative Canvas Was Developed Using Marmalade
Monday, October 7, 2013 by Richard Harris
Marmalade – creators of the award winning cross-platform development tool – today announced that Wacom Co. Ltd. has used Marmalade to develop the ‘Wacom Creative Canvas’ – a graphic drawing application which has been embedded into their new professional creative tablet – ‘Cintiq Companion Hybrid’.Wacom selected Marmalade for its impeccable native performance and ability...
Marmalade SDK Makes ME's List of Top 50 Mobile Innovators For 2013
Friday, August 16, 2013 by Richard Harris
Now in it's 3rd year, the annual Mobile Entertainment (ME) who's who list has arrived and Marmalade has made the list of the top 50 mobile innovators again!ME’s Top 50 Mobile Innovators project is aimed at UK registered, privately owned mobile businesses who deserve recognition for their enthusiasm and devotion to the industry. The mobile sectors it encompasse...
Marmalade Extends Smart TV Support with Latest SDK Update
Wednesday, July 3, 2013 by Richard Harris
Marmalade SDK now offers full support for the latest Roku streaming platform, allowing games and apps that are made with Marmalade to target both Roku 2 and 3 players, as well as Roku Streaming Stick, from today. This announcement builds on Marmalade's existing support for Roku 2 streaming players. Also available to qualifying Marmalade developers* is functionality...
Fortumo Announces Support for Marmalade SDK
Thursday, June 6, 2013 by Stuart Parkerson
Marmalade - the award-winning cross-platform development tool - and Fortumo, the developer-friendly mobile payments provider, today announced
that Fortumo has been seamlessly integrated with the Marmalade SDK to enable
developers easy access to in-app purchasing in 80 countries.
This partnership will enable Marmalade's developers to easily add
Marmalade Giving Away Free SDK Licenses for BlackBerry 10
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 by Richard Harris
Marmalade – the award-winning cross-platform development tool – today announced the launch of a new offer where indie game and app developers can claim a free Marmalade SDK Licence. From today, eligible developers will be able to qualify for the offer by registering on madewithmarmalade.com/blackberry then downloading a free evaluation version of the Marmalade SDK....
Marmalade Revolutionises Mobile Games Porting with 'iOS on Android' SDK
Thursday, March 21, 2013 by Richard Harris
Marmalade - the award-winning cross-platform development tool – today announced the launch of Marmalade Juice, a unique technology that entirely replaces the need to port iOS games to Android and other platforms.Marmalade Juice breaks down the barriers for iOS developers looking to target other ecosystems by allowing them to recompile Objective-C and native OS APIs...