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Can anyone give their experience with Xamarin?

 
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*Sorry if this is in the wrong place please feel free to move it.*

I'm trying to figure out if I should try Xamarin or go with one of the others I've found like Appsme or App Factory or the other one I can't think of the name but it starts with a B lol. Please if you have any experience with any of these or any other programs like this that you would recommend please let me know.

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I know nothing about Apps factory. With Xamarin you can develop a mobile app for iOS, Android, Mac and Windows using this platform and also using the same code. It has easy to use interface control fit for amateur mobile developers.
 
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I had read about their cross-platform and that they partnered with Microsoft (which says a lot to me). But it's good to know about their simplicity of use. And I would definitely classify myself as an amateur so thank you for letting me know these things.
 
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Lucetta Pryor wrote:I had read about their cross-platform and that they partnered with Microsoft (which says a lot to me). But it's good to know about their simplicity of use. And I would definitely classify myself as an amateur so thank you for letting me know these things.



No problem, glad I was able to help you
 
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Rue Garret wrote:

Lucetta Pryor wrote:I had read about their cross-platform and that they partnered with Microsoft (which says a lot to me). But it's good to know about their simplicity of use. And I would definitely classify myself as an amateur so thank you for letting me know these things.



No problem, glad I was able to help you



I'm happy to inform you that I'm already halfway finish with my mobile apps project. I will share it with you and feel free to critique it that is if it's okay with you
 
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