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Tips For Multi-Platform Mobile App Development
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1/11/2012 | 3:37:43 PM
re: Tips For Multi-Platform Mobile App Development
HTML5 was supposed to solve all of this for us. Is that not going to be the case ;-)
Maybe everyone, including Oracle, needs to rethink Java and come to an agreement that will at least allow that on all platforms so less effort is required. Oracle, whether it realizes it or not, had better work with the community on Java or it will go by the wayside as tablets, smartphones, etc... evolve and companies continue to ask themselves if they want to fight to put Java on a platform. I also think a small fee per device to support a Java environment (or Java like/replacement if Oracle won't play nice) would be go to make sure that Java development is funded across platforms


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