Nageswara Prasad Nakarikanti wrote:Why can't we develop portable apps in this JAVA Era
Mark Spritzler wrote:Simpler explanation is that they already have years of development on Objective-c apis and code and UI widgets that have a better user experience than what you can create today with Java. The reason why the iPhone is successful is because the user experience is better. If they even allowed Java development on the device those apps wouldn't have the same experience, look and feel approach, that to me makes the iPhone stand above Java enabled devices.
John Todd wrote:Android apps aren't really Java
John Todd wrote:I mean Android apps are written in Java -the language- but Dalvik VM isn't a JRE to be sure.
Maybe this subject is larger than me but Android is a fragmentation and Google should settle this issue with Oracle.
John Todd wrote:Regarding the UI, sure ever one has his own opinion here but Android UI is really ugly and gloomy to my taste and don't let me start talking about the screen sensibility
Alaa Nassef wrote:Since each device has