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Microsoft Platform and Tools for Mobile App Development

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Microsoft Platform and Tools for Mobile App Development
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Publisher: Microsoft Press
ISBN-13: 9781509304134
Number of pages: 67

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This book outlines the E2E platform from Microsoft that forms the critical capabilities for organizations selecting technologies and tools for a Mobile Application Development Platform (MADP) and Rapid Mobile Application Development (RMAD). It also describes the core decision factors that organizations should consider, and it outlines the technical capabilities available within Microsoft solutions and products.

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