Mobile Developer's Guide To The Galaxy
Publisher: Enough Software 2012
Number of pages: 207
This non-commercial brochure provides an overview on the different mobile technologies and platforms. Almost 20 writers contributed their know-how and outline their views on the pros and cons of different operation systems and development approaches.
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