Can I use LibreOffice for iOS app development?

I want to use LibreOffice for iOS app development. Is it possible? If it possible then where from I get link libreoffice SDK or Code. I have found a link
but on this link files are missing.

You want to use an application suite used to work with documents to create applications? That seems odd. Could you elaborate?

@bencomp, I read the question as: they want to use the LO source code to create a related app under iOS e.g., perhaps for corporate / closed use or perhaps just to aid in the effort or porting LO to iOS. The question can use some clarity though.

@oweng, right that could make sense. Is LO’s source code suitable for iOS (as far as I know, it must be Objective-C)?

@bencomp, the source code can be compiled for the ARM architecture, but there are numerous changes required for iOS compatibility. Most of the recent (2014) changes, indicated in the OpenGrok commit history relate to debugging / building for the platform.

I’m not sure that this is possible, you can contact the help center. By the way, this mobile app development site posted an interesting article at where you can read about the best apps of the past years. If you want to become a developer visit this blog.

The git repository details are provided on the Download > Development versions page of the LO website. All iOS-specific files are located in the ios/ subdirectory. As to whether it is possible to use this source code for app development on the iOS platform, I would think that generally it is. The ongoing effort to port a version of LO to iOS does however reveal that the source code needs quite some work to be iOS-friendly i.e., to get LO running in app form.