Apple has loosened its guidelines
for iOS developers, allowing them to use third-party tools to produce titles for the App Store. The move is a backtrack on policies put into place earlier this year
, which prescribed which languages could be used to create apps: only C, C++ and Objective-C. The new stance, Apple says, will allow any development tools "as long as the resulting apps do not download any code." Meanwhile, the company will also publish the guidelines by which is approves App Store submissions.
Full guidelines now after the cut [Thanks Paul!]