Xamarin and HTML5

imbault

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Hi, My organization (we are 80000 worldwide) is setting conclusions of "the virtual team regardling mobile app dev" (I wasn't involved in):
Conclusions are: HTML5 and Xamarin

Any opinions on this point of view please??

Xamarin, I don't know.
Html5, I know the limits...

Thanks
 

imbault

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Anyway I keep on using B4a and B4i in my organization, just wanted to get some experiences, advices...

@Erel Is there any code challenges between those 3? HTML5, Xamarin or phonegap and our champion b4x???
 

LucaMs

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Well, I did not know Xamarin, now I read that you need to know c#.
B4A is much more similar to VB.Net and since I know and prefer VB.Net...!

However, since you work for companies with 80,000 employees, get to 80,001 is not a problem, so if you find a hole for me... :D
 

thedesolatesoul

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Hi, My organization (we are 80000 worldwide) is setting conclusions of "the virtual team regardling mobile app dev" (I wasn't involved in):
Conclusions are: HTML5 and Xamarin

Any opinions on this point of view please??

Xamarin, I don't know.
Html5, I know the limits...

Thanks
80,000 people and you cant find a native developer?
Its harder to find b4x developers, you are 1 out of 80,000 but surely they shouldnt have issues finding platform native resources.
 

sorex

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$300 - $1900 per year is a bit too much for a hobby I guess :)
 

imbault

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80,000 people and you cant find a native developer?
Its harder to find b4x developers, you are 1 out of 80,000 but surely they shouldnt have issues finding platform native resources.
The problem is not finding developper, the problem for me are these conclusions:

HTML5 and Xamarin for mobile dev.
 

sorex

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single code for multi OS is a time saver (if it works).

html5 is still (dead) slow compared to native code tho.
 

sorex

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Xamarin doesn't support such a feature.
that's what they claim but that's commercial blah blah to attract people, dunno if it is what the quote claims tho maybe it's just shared modules like we can do in B4A.

Xamarin apps share code across all platforms.
Target iOS, Android, Windows and Mac with a single, shared C# codebase. Use the same language, APIs and data structures on every platform.
 
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