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Ten months ago at my team we reached that point that I think any mobile developer know about. Is it worth developing native? Should we keep coding the same things two/three times? Master a programming language and a technology is difficult, think about three. Not to mention to try to keep updated with the continuous incoming of frameworks, versions, libraries and components.

This is, of course, something inherent to software development in general, not only mobile. The thing is that even that we daily need to deal with different browsers nonsense in web development, or with multiple OS versions and environments in server/desktop, those are (usually) implementation details. We don’t usually need to re-implement the whole app and maintain separate codebases for Chrome and Firefox.

So, and finishing the self-pity for today, we tested most all the code-one-deploy-all available environments at the time ( Cordova , Marmalade Phonegap , Appcelerator …) and we finally decided to give a serious try to Xamarin . The main reasons? We wanted the most native approach, not HTML5 web wrappers, we had lot of experience using C#, and the Mono-.NET framework ecosystem availability was too tempting. (Once you know linq is hard to renounce to it).

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Ten months ago at my team we reached that point that I think any mobile developer know about. Is it worth developing native? Should we keep coding the same things two/three times? Master a programming language and a technology is difficult, think about three. Not to mention to try to keep updated with the continuous incoming of frameworks, versions, libraries and components.

This is, of course, something inherent to software development in general, not only mobile. The thing is that even that we daily need to deal with different browsers nonsense in web development, or with multiple OS versions and environments in server/desktop, those are (usually) implementation details. We don’t usually need to re-implement the whole app and maintain separate codebases for Chrome and Firefox.

So, and finishing the self-pity for today, we tested most all the code-one-deploy-all available environments at the time ( Cordova , Marmalade Phonegap , Appcelerator …) and we finally decided to give a serious try to Xamarin . The main reasons? We wanted the most native approach, not HTML5 web wrappers, we had lot of experience using C#, and the Mono-.NET framework ecosystem availability was too tempting. (Once you know linq is hard to renounce to it).

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