Friday, February 26, 2016

Microsoft: Use Xamarin to port Android apps to Windows | InfoWorld

Connecting the dots

"Astoria was intended to convert Android apps by using an interoperability library to integrate Microsoft services. (The Windows Bridge for iOS, known as Project Islandwood, has already been released as an open source project, in August.)

With Xamarin's cross-platform tools now in the Microsoft fold, however, Windows Universal Platform development could be extended to Android, iOS, and other platforms. Xamarin's tools help Windows developers build cross-platform apps providing native experiences on Android and iOS. "With Xamarin, they can now use a large percentage of their C# code to deliver a fully native mobile app experience for iOS and Android," Gallo said."
Microsoft: Use Xamarin to port Android apps to Windows | InfoWorld
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