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Shared Clients that Don't Share Code

If great user experience is your passion and a big part of your business then you do want to go native on each platform (Web using JavaScript/HTML5, iOS using ObjectiveC and Android using Java), but how best to share the business logic that drives your user experience and the user experience that drives your business?

We have grappled with this question for a while now. Come to our first tech chat for beer, pizza and a discussion spanning web, mobile, server and back again!

Our engineering blog is here:

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