Mobile Development - Is your wallet obsolete?

 

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Red Gate’s .NET Reflector Becoming Commercial (Paid)

I just got the word that Red Gate’s .NET Reflector will be changing to "paid only" starting with the upcoming version 7 in early march. Neil Davidson (Red Gate’s Co-CEO) wrote this open letter:

An open letter to the .NET community

Red Gate has announced that it will charge $35 for version 7 of .NET Reflector upon its release in early March. Version 7 will be sold as a perpetual license, with..

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Cross-platform mobile application development and Sencha Touch

Developing and maintaining mobile applications for different platforms could be really challenging. If we originally wrote our code for a Windows mobile device using Silverlight and Visual Studio for example, that application won’t work on any other phone or tablet outside the Windows mobile family. In order to make that application work on an iPhone or iPad, the code would need to be rewritten..

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Hybrid apps versus native apps. HTML5 and Sencha Touch development

In my previous article, I mentioned the convenience of developing hybrid mobile apps using Javascript/HTML5 frameworks and I recommended Sencha Touch as my favorite. Since then, this framework has evolved and the Sencha development team has continued to support and improve their products. Specifically for mobile development, they now offer the following tools:

  • Sencha Architect
  • Sencha Touch
  • ..
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