Gideros Mobile, a cross-platform SDK, is raising funds on Kickstarter to add HTML5 to its list of supported platforms. Currently, Gideros Mobile is suitable for iOS and Android, plus Windows (8.1, RT, and Metro apps), and Mac OS X. By adding HTML5, developers will be able to write apps that operate in many modern browsers.
In its current form, Gideros Mobile works in LUA, and has a game orientated API written in C++. A comprehensive toolkit is included, along with support for many others, plus it can be used to develop in real time on a target device, over Wi-Fi.
Gideros Mobile wants to add HTML5 support, and make more apps that work in browsers
The Kickstarter campaign has been running for a while, and has a 5,000 euro target, but at the time of writing, hasn’t reached the halfway point. There are several ways to back the project, with amounts starting at 10 euros, or 50 euros if you’d like to gain access to a test version.