Currently I think "guest" may have a point.
So I got to wondering what, if any relationship might exist between Tersus with its simply brilliant visual development environment (and I mean that sincerely) and Apple's equally great Interface Builder. (IB)
In IB we have a complete library of native objects relating to the iPhone UI; buttons, scrollable areas, lists, progress bars etc etc. Why reinvent the UI-development-wheel in Tersus when Apple already provides an excellent suite of tools for free in XCode. ? Granted XCode is Mac only, but with price of suitable hardware starting at $599 it's hardly a huge barrier to entry for most devs and in any event there's always Hacintosh. ;-)
Can someone comment as to whether we might one day be able to combine the strengths of developing in Tersus with the impressive UI abilities of Interface Builder?
For best results, use the Firefox browser..