iPhone Apps without Objective-C

Yes, it’s possible. Even if Objective-C is one of my preferred programming languages, in any case I think it’s worth mentioning that, 2 years after the official iPhone SDK has been announced, the iPhone development landscape has really grown up, and many, many different options are available today. This article provides a very high-level enumeration of some options I’ve found on the web, but I’m sure there are even more alternatives around.

Here it goes:

What do you think? Is there any library or programming language that I’ve forgotten in this list? Just leave the name and URL in the comments below.

Update, 2009-11-05: Just found the Swebapps service which allows you to create (very basic) iPhone apps without coding.

Update, 2009-11-24: Here’s a new entry for the growing list of alternative frameworks: Crystal SDK by Chillingo.

Update, 2009-11-25: Another one, in C++ and cross-platform: Airplay SDK.