Check out this article[^] I wrote on this very subject a while ago.
"There are two ways of constructing a software design: One way is to make it so simple that there are obviously no deficiencies, and the other way is to make it so complicated that there are no obvious deficiencies. The first method is far more difficult." - C.A.R. Hoare
Apache Cordova is good, now What you want to use and which is better for you that depends on You because of I don't know what kind of functionality you wanna achieve.
Apache Cordova is totally based on (CLI)Command Line Interface and you have to make plugins and use build-in Plugins for developed Crossplatform Moblie Apps.
Xamrin is also good beacuse of they integrated with Visual Studio so easy to use and Advantages of Xamrin that is Provide native UI, access to device features, and native
performance coupled with the time-to-market advantages of code sharing and reuse..
Lonic thats offers a library of mobile optimized HTML, CSS and JS Components, gestures, and tools for building highly interactive apps.
One of Other Crossplatform for Mobile Applicatoin that is DevXtreme and i have developed one cross platform Mobile application Using DevXtreme that is totally based on JS(Knockout,Angular) and also you can Import the PhoneGap Plugins.
I'm using VS2008 , and Windows Mobile 6 to develop a little application. And i want to call a Form by name.
How can i have a var with the name Form and i need to click on a button and select that form.
Hi guys, Its my third day working with visual studio 2010 for windows mobile but I've totally failed to understand and use Isolated storage.
I'm trying to develop an app that stores/saves a user's note. In short, its like a Sticker note App.
Please help me explain this.
There are some ways to write one application for three mobile platforms (Windows Phone, iOS and Android).
You must remember that those solutions are not good enough and you will never achieve as good application quality as writing it natively. You can write common code for logic, but the main problem is with design and some functionality points that are specific for each platform.
The aim of this study is to determine how app developers are restricted by platform-specific app store guidelines and to identify success factors for app developers. You will have the opportunity to receive a summarized report of the study in order to compare yourself with the performance of others.
That would be great if you submit this survey on CodeProject[^], all of the members would be grateful to provide you with a result for your survey... You will have to wait for the survey to be filled, or post it on some social networking website; Facebook or Google+ maybe.
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