Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Mobile application development



Android, iOS, BlackBerry, HP webOS, Symbian OS, Bada from Samsung, and Windows Mobile support typical application binaries as found on personal computers with code which executes in the native machine format of the processor (the ARM architecture is a dominant design used on many current models). Windows Mobile can also be compiled to x86 executables for debugging on a PC without a processor emulator, and also supports the Portable Executable (PE) format associated with the .NET Framework. Windows Mobile, Android, HP webOS and iOS offer free SDKs and integrated development environments to developers.

6 comments:

  1. With .Net accessing data with a C# and VB.Net very similar apart from slight syntactial differeneces. Both the programs need to import the System.Data namespace, both programs establish connection with database and both programs run a query and display the data.

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  2. These all are very great and useful tips , anyone can follow these . Thanks for this content .

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  3. Improving your mobile application development process is one of the best ways to avoid security vulnerabilities and nasty surprises during security assessments. Application Development & Testing

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  4. about time, no thank you to the one week headstart though!




    Mobile Application

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  5. Mobile apps development in android, iphone and windows mobile phones take revolution in mobile technology and become strong stakeholder in online business. Now mobile apps has opened new gateway for people who want to do work on outsourcing.

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