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mobile app development webinar

Recently I had the pleasure of hosting a webinar that focused on quickly and easily building a cross-platform mobile app with Telerik Platform by Progress. The webinar's target audience was, frankly, any developer who is new to mobile app development and unsure where to begin. For example:

  • Web developers who know HTML, JavaScript, and CSS, but don't know how to migrate these skills to mobile app development
  • .NET developers who do WPF, WinForms, or ASP.NET development, but also haven't found an easy way leverage these skills in the mobile app world
  • JavaScript developers who love the language, but don't want to learn Objective-C, Swift, or Java, just to create a native mobile app

We also discussed the fact that mobile development is really about creating a mobile experience for your users. This could mean solutions such as:

During the live demo, I used the Telerik Platform to quickly create a native mobile app without any code at all!

If you'd like to watch the webinar for the first time and/or follow along with the 15 minute demo using a free 30 day Telerik Platform trial, feel free to do so:

Watch the Mobile App Development, Demystified webinar

Can't Forget About the Prizes!

As with all of our webinars, we give out some great raffle prizes to some lucky attendees. Here are the winners this time around:

  • Amazon Echo (Scott B.)
  • Samsung Gear VR (Tim C.)
  • Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet (Gorkem T.)
  • iPad Mini (King W.)
  • Apple TV (Mark P.)
  • $100 Apple Gift Card (Brian S.)
  • Five (5) Telerik Platform Developer Licenses (Joe B., Ratna D., Eric B., Jim L., and Michael S.)

And yes, they've all been notified already, so no need to reach out if you think one of the above is you :)

Thanks to everyone attending and we will see you at the next Telerik Platform webinar!

Rob Lauer is a Product Manager for Telerik
About the Author

Rob Lauer

A maker at heart and a supporter of the open web, Rob is Developer Relations Lead at Blues Wireless. You can find Rob rambling incoherently on Twitter @RobLauer.

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