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All the tools you need to build cross-platform mobile applications in .NET/C# and Mono

Assuming no experience with mobile development, this book provides the fundamentals for building enterprise mobile applications in .NET/C# and Mono that can be delivered on all the major mobile platforms in the market today. The team of authors explains the technical considerations for building mobile apps while also addressing security and deployment needs. The featured real-world examples, best practices, and proven techniques round out the essentials of cross-platform mobile development and help give you an edge over your competition.

Professional Cross-Platform Mobile Development in C#:

  • Demonstrates how to build applications that share code on the iPad®, iPhone®, Android, Windows® Phone, and mobile web

  • Suggests helpful questions to ask when deciding whether to build for the mobile web and native platforms or to use a hybrid approach

  • Covers the design and prototyping techniques necessary for taking advantage of interfaces and form-factors available on modern mobile devices

  • Examines mobile data services design and consumption, data synchronization, device utilities, device functionality, and hybrid development techniques

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About the Author

Scott Olson is a writer for iPhone Life and the lead architect at ITR Mobility. He has over 18 years of development experience.

John Hunter has been developing and architecting apps for more than two decades and currently serves as a lead consulting architect at ITR Mobility.

Ben Horgen is the lead technical analyst for mobile applications at Ameriprise Financial and has more than a decade of development experience.

Kenny Goers has been developing software since 1998 and is currently a mobile application architect at ITR Mobility.


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Just what I needed Feb. 29 2012
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I have been doing mobile development with Adobe Flash IDE, Flash Builder, Titanium Studio, Phonegap... and really wanted to try something else for developing native apps, so this just came in the right moment. I was using c# only when developing backend for player.IO so I really wanted to expand my knowledge of c#. What better way to do it. I'm just starting to use this book and already it has helped me a lot.


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