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I'm a mobile developer

I'm a mobile developer

Nov 17 2012
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So today I submitted my first app to the Windows 8 app store. The process was insanely easy, and being that I researched and could never figure out development on iOS or Android without a significant amount of research time, I was so surprised how easy it was to develop and submit an app to Microsoft for review.

This follows up on my recent comments about how I think Windows 8 and Surface devices are going to be a big boon for Microsoft and the enterprise. Existing Windows developers are going to very easily port over to the new platform. And since we're talking about folks who develop a lot for the enterprise, I foresee a lot of enterprise level applications coming to the platform.

So about my app? It's an easy first one, primarily a front-end to my weblog. Here's some screen shots:

Main screen listing the most recent article for that category.

Secondary screen for reading articles and viewing attached images.

It's pretty basic, but I'm using the code as a base that going to tie into a bigger project. If you remember what wwwCoder.com did back in the day with RSS feeds, then you'll have an idea of what this is going to do. At the pace I can knock out code, I think you'll see another release in a few weeks.

Oh yeah, this stuff is free. I'm promoting myself, so how could I charge for this?

=P

About the Author, Patrick Santry

Patrick Santry, has two decades of experience in enabling businesses to take advantage of the digital landscape. A well rounded experience in technology, and business is what sets me apart from the rest of the pack. When it comes to an overall digital strategy my experience is impressive.

BS in Computer Information Systems. Four time recipient of the Microsoft MVP Award, and author of several books and magazine articles on digital technologies.


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