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1answer
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Use cases for C++ in native mobile applications (iOS, Android, Windows Phone) [closed]

I am working on an project which permits to order, select recipients and pay products from mobile applications on Android, iOS and Windows Phone 8. I wish to avoid rewriting code between each ...
0
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2answers
152 views

The real difference between web and native apps in mobile and smart devices [closed]

I still don't understand the difference between a native app and web or hybrid apps from the interface point of view. Now, apps such as Twitter, Facebook, etc. Are they native? or web? or hybrid apps? ...
8
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5answers
6k views

What are the pros and cons of HTML5, native and hybrid mobile app approaches?

I want to develop a mobile application .. I read lately an article on Telerik Forum : it compares among three types of mobile application and I don't know which one should I select to begin with .. ...
3
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3answers
3k views

Multi-platform Mobile Development? [closed]

So my question is this: Is there any easy way for a single developer to release an app on iOS and Android? I am a web developer that primarily plays in PHP, Node, Ruby, AS, and JS. I have dabbled a ...
2
votes
1answer
197 views

How to plan/manage multi-platform (mobile) products?

Say I've to develop an app that runs on iOS, Android and Windows 8 Mobile. Now all three platforms are technically in different program languages. The only 'reuse' that I can see is that of the ...
6
votes
3answers
232 views

Approach for developing software that will need to be ported to multiple mobile platforms in the future

I am currently doing the preliminary design for a new product my company will be pushing out soon. We will start on Android, but then we will need to quickly develop the IPhone, IPad.... and then the ...
2
votes
0answers
69 views

XDIME for Mobile Applications

I'm involved in a project that requires to mobile-enable some previously developed Portlets. The Portlets are deployed in WebSphere Portal, and the container offers a technology called IBM Mobile ...
6
votes
3answers
6k views

Why is Adobe Air so underrated for building mobile apps? [closed]

I've worked with Adobe Flash-related technologies for the past 5 years. I've seen small bugs in some apps, but I don't understand why many big companies don't consider Adobe Air for their mobile apps. ...
1
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1answer
90 views

Which mobile devices cover the widest spectrum for testing?

My company has decided to purchase a multitude of devices for browser testing our stages e.g. iPhones, Android, Windows and assorted tablets. They've tasked me with finding specific devices that cover ...
6
votes
1answer
308 views

Mobile cross-platform SDK for computationally intensive apps

I am aware of the PhoneGap toolkit for creating mobile applications for virtually all mobile platforms with a significant market share. However, the code in PhoneGap that is shared between the ...
2
votes
2answers
691 views

Is it safe to trust emulators when developing multi platform/resolution mobile apps?

I'm currently developing some mobile applications using PhoneGap for Android, testing only in 3 different kinds of smartphones, and using emulators to test on the others target phone resolutions. ...
2
votes
3answers
622 views

Is PhoneGap scalable?

I'm a front-end developer that is looking into mobile apps development. When I'm searching for ways getting into app development PhoneGap comes as first and most familiar language stack development ...
3
votes
2answers
245 views

How to justify having one (or more) mobile developers per platform

I've come across a situation at work where I have to justify why I need one (or more) mobile developers per platform. Although I'm quite aware of the why (each platform is substantially different, ...
8
votes
4answers
285 views

Is microoptimization worth it in mobile devices?

Usually microoptimization is considered not worth it with the following explanation: it might speed up the program by less that one percent, but noone cares of that minor boost - that's just too ...
2
votes
2answers
424 views

Guidance choosing tools for developing cross-platform mobile app

I have no mobile application development experience, I don't even own a rich mobile device (I can send text messages with my cellphone :) I have strong web, .NET, and Java experience but am open to ...