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Xamarin Cross-platform Application Development

As a relative mobile development beginner, I will be reviewing books and posting progress of my own development on this blog. I do think its important to really understand the details of what’s going on, but having said that, learning the three different development environments (Objective C, Java for Android and the Windows Phone libraries) made it a major undertaking. I had heard of Xamarin before, but when I heard of the latest partnership between Xamarin and Microsoft this swung the deal for me. For me, this book has to be the place to start.

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