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#1 YNV_DeViouS   Members   

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Posted 01 March 2013 - 08:27 PM

I am now aware of a new development environment that is for cross-platform development of mobile phone operating systems called xamarin. It allows you to develop for android, ios, mac, and windows apps using c#. I have an opinion based question; would anyone recommend that you learn the languages separately, such as objective-c for ios, or using the android sdk using java if you want to get into app development, or if you already know c# would you recommend using xamarin and code for apps that way?



#2 tstrimple   Prime Members   

Posted 01 March 2013 - 11:12 PM

I am now aware of a new development environment that is for cross-platform development of mobile phone operating systems called xamarin. It allows you to develop for android, ios, mac, and windows apps using c#. I have an opinion based question; would anyone recommend that you learn the languages separately, such as objective-c for ios, or using the android sdk using java if you want to get into app development, or if you already know c# would you recommend using xamarin and code for apps that way?

Just use Xamarin and get shit done.






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