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Adventures in Cross-Platform

Jason talks about his experience in developing cross-platform, native apps - the various tools that can be used to produce them, common misconceptions and mistakes, design and development approach, coding, commercial arrangements, publishing and delivery etc.

- Tools to develop cross-platform native apps
- UI/UX mistakes
- Coding for cross-platform
- Retina, Density / Screen issues
- Planning and delivery
- Testing
Recorded Apr 21 2017 49 mins
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Jason Kneen, Titanium Mobile Native App Developer, Speaker, Author, TCAD / TCD / TCI Certified, Titan
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