Mono, Appcelerator Titanium and HTML5 with Jason Sznol

October 25, 2013  |  Miscellaneous

Part 1: There’s a lot of different programming languages out there that require many different skills, but don’t panic! Monoproject is here for you to write the code just once and make it good for all platforms, and Jason Sznol explains exactly how it works.

Part 2: Want to write some iOS apps and have only got some Java knowledge? Good, then you’re up to the task. The only help you’ll need is Appcelerator Titanium, a mobile app code editor that has opened up traditionally hardcore development to the masses (assuming you know java).

Part 3: While you don’t need any hardware to program your I-Phone App with Titanium, thanks to emulators both for Android and iOS, you still need some developer skills and programming can be tricky at times. Here Jason Sznol talks about the pros and cons of working with Appcelerator Titanium, and how apps interact with both iOS and Android platforms.

Part 4: Native client development not your think? Another way of brewing up functionality has been out there for a while now. Jason Sznol talks about HTML5 and why it can be a good idea for writing a website that will run on every mobile device.

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