In this section you'll learn how to install RoboVM and make sure the toolchain works correctly by creating a very simple demo app.
TIP: Want run RoboVM on Linux? You can build Linux console apps using RoboVM at this time. Please see the RoboVM GitHub wiki for instructions.
In order to use RoboVM the following is required:
- A Mac running Mac OS X 10.10 or later
- Oracle's Java SE JDK 8 or later
- The latest Xcode from the Mac OS X App Store
NOTE: The first time you install Xcode and every time you update to a new version you have to open it once to agree to the Xcode terms.
NOTE: To be able to test and deploy your apps on your devices, you will need an active subscription with the Apple Developer Program. Visit the Apple Developer Portal to sign up. You will also need to provision your device for development. You can find information on device provisioning in the Apple Developer Portal, or follow this guide.