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  • Unusual Ways to Create a Mobile App

    by Niklas Therning, Sven Efftinge on  Jul 16, 2014

    There are hundreds of thousands of mobile applications for nearly every purpose in the iOS or Android app stores. Usually they are created with Objective-C toolstacks for iOS devices and Java based for Android handsets. In this article we would like to show you two not so common ways to build native apps with Java and Xtend which help to share code between both worlds and simplify development.

  • Interview with Joel Murach - Author of Murach's Android Programming

    by Anand Narayanaswamy on  Nov 04, 2013

    Murach Publishing continues to provide quality content for programmers by updating their titles regularly. Murach Android Programming by Joel Murach attempts to provide a comprehensive coverage of Android with plenty of screenshots and source codes to help developers to code in real world situations.

  • Book Review: Building Applications with the Android SDK, 2nd Edition

    by Martin Monroe on  Oct 19, 2013 1

    The Android Developer’s Cookbook: Building Applications with the Android SDK, 2nd Edition is a collaborative effort by Ronan Schwarz, Phil Dutson, James Steele and Nelson To. The authors have succeeded in providing a solid reference book. A book for mobile app developers that can serve as an authoritative guide for newbies and intermediate to expert devs for creating awesome mobile apps.

Native Cross-Platform Apps with Tabris

Posted by Jochen Krause, Holger Staudacher on  May 07, 2013

Tabris is the first Java toolkit for the cross-platform development of native mobile applications. It combines native user experience with tailor-made, native controls and functions. 1

Hybrid Mobile Apps with ASP.NET MVC

Posted by Daniel Jebaraj on  Mar 12, 2013

Daniel Jebaraj demonstrates creating hybrid mobile apps with Android and ASP.NET MVC. 1

A Technical Overview of Moscrif – MObile SCRipting Framework

Posted by Jozef Pridavok on  Dec 10, 2012

Moscrif is a cross-platform solution for mobile application development enabling developers to create native applications and games for smartphones, tablets and desktops.

An Overview of .NET/Mono Runtime Versions, Profiles, and Targeting Packs

Posted by Jonathan Allen on  Oct 25, 2011

.NET/Mono has never been a single, unified stack and over the years it continues to grow. In an attempt to clear up some of the confusion this article reintroduces all of the major profiles.

Mobile Attacks and Defense

Posted by Charlie Miller on  Oct 17, 2011

In this IEEE article, author Charlie Miller talks about mobile security vulnerabilities. He discusses how iOS and Android phones can be attacked using mobile malware and drive-by downloads.

Wally McClure on the Future of MonoTouch and Mono for Android

Posted by Jonathan Allen on  Aug 01, 2011

We interviewed Wallace B. McClure, co-author of iPhone Programming with MonoTouch and Android Programming with Mono for Android, about the future of Mono as a development platform for mobile devices.

Omnipresent Synching and Availability with Mobile Couchbase

Posted by Michael Hunger on  May 24, 2011

Couchbase has launched the first iOS App with an embedded Couchbase instance. CouchDB-enabled applications will be possible on all major mobile platforms - iOS, Android, Web OS. 1

Virtual Panel: The State of the Art in Mobile Web Application Development

Posted by Dio Synodinos on  Aug 26, 2010

To assess the state of the art in mobile web application development, InfoQ has conducted a virtual panel with the creators of some of the most popular toolkits and frameworks that target this field.

Building FlightCaster's Frontends for the Web and Smartphones

Posted by Werner Schuster on  Sep 18, 2009

In part two of InfoQ's interview with the FlightCaster team, we discuss scaling Rails on Heroku, the problems of integrating data from multiple providers and mobile smartphone applications.

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