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Wednesday, April 17 • 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Sharing Up to 80% Code for iOS, Android and Windows, A Retail App Case Study

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In this session we will show you how you can create a mobile application for the primary platforms that dominate the market at this moment and in the near future. We will show you how you can program for different platforms while sharing up to 80% of code across the different platforms. We will show you architectural patterns and tips and tricks in C# to abstract device dependencies and increasing your shared codebase. This session is for you if you want to know how you can leverage your existing investments in the .NET platform and C# language. During the session we will build an application that will run on iOS, Android, WP7 & 8 and Windows 8. We also will show you examples of apps we already have in the stores, so you know it is real! This session will show the tools Visual Studio, Mono for Android and Mono Touch for iOS to program all the devices using C#

You will learn:

* How to build Native apps with C# on iOS, Android and Windows

* Coding patterns that help you reuse more code cross platforms

* How to apply a solution structure that enables better code sharing between projects

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Roy Cornelissen

Software Architect, Info Support
Roy is a software architect at Info Support and has spent over 13 years building enterprise systems using Microsoft technology. He specializes in mobile app design and development for iOS and Windows Phone. Roy will speak about cross platform architecture patterns and uniform federated... Read More →
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Marcel de Vries

Technology Manager, Info Support
Marcel, Technology Manager at Info Support, spends most of his time helping customers build enterprise systems using Microsoft technology. Marcel writes articles on .NET, Application Lifecycle Management and Mobile and will speak about cross platform architecture patterns and uniform... Read More →

Wednesday April 17, 2013 1:30pm - 2:15pm CDT
Gould Salon Level 6