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Cross platform development: Write once, publish Everywhere (BB10,Android,iPhone­)

Many have talked about how to "write once and publish everywhere" but Damian Montero will put his code where his mouth is.

Using the new Intel App Framework He'll be creating an application from scratch in HTML/Javascript and then without any modification to the code I will be showing you the app working on a BlackBerry Q10, a iPhone 5, an Nexus Android phone and a Windows Phone 8.

Bring your laptops or just your notepads.

As always we will have food & drinks.

Note: Damian Montero has written native apps for iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry.

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  • Igor G.

    Hi,

    If you guys are attending, that's great, I'm a hacker after all and I love other languages too, but it doesn't look like this is Python related.

    I wouldn't be able to make it, but you guys should go, it's very interesting to try new / different things.

    May 1, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Crossplatform using python?!!

    April 29, 2013

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