What tools are you using for Mobile app development?
Im using dragonfiresdk for iphone dev on my pc.
You can develop entirely on a Windows platform for the iphone? Can you publish to the app store with it?
Yeah, you make the app inside Visual Studio, but can publish it to the app store.
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>>... you make the app inside Visual Studio, but can publish it to the app store...
Thanks for sharing that information. I also would be glad to see a similar SDK or Add-On for building Android apps with a Visual Studio.
Hello, try this
Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers
Tools for Java developers creating Java EE and Web applications, including a Java IDE, tools for Java EE, JPA, JSF, Mylyn and others.
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for android I use ADT :
Developing in Eclipse with ADT is highly recommended and is the fastest way to get started. With the guided project setup it provides, as well as tools integration, custom XML editors, and debug output pane, ADT gives you an incredible boost in developing Android applications.
you can get it from here : http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html
It depends on which platform you want to deploy your app, but if you want to have a short answer:
- There is Eclipse for Android (assuming that you have installed the ADT)
- For BlackBerry, I suggest you to use blackberry momentics!
- For iOS, you should use XCode
There is also Titanium and PhoneGap for Cross-Platform developement.
>>It depends on which platform you want to deploy your app, but if you want to have a short answer:
>>- There is Eclipse for Android (assuming that you have installed the ADT)
>>- For BlackBerry, I suggest you to use blackberry momentics!
>>- For iOS, you should use XCode
For Windows Mobile there are Visual Studios of different Versions / Editions. However, market of Windows Mobile applications is not good at all because Microsoft forces everybody to use C# and .NET instead of C/C++ and a full freedom from .NET. I predict that the situation with Windows Mobile will get worse.
There are a lot of platforms for mobile dev. First you must specify the technology you want to use, there are Windows Phone, Android, black Berry, Ios and cross platform.
>>...Microsoft forces everybody to use C# and .NET instead of C/C++ and a full freedom from .NET. I predict that
>>the situation with Windows Mobile will get worse...
By the way, I'm going to try Rasberry PI for some small R&D project and if everything will be right it could be considered as some kind of replacement for Windows Mobile.