Build a Hybrid App for Windows Phone 8 using appMobi
sponsored by Microsoft

As more and more customers are choosing smartphones for their mobile needs, the demand for developers to create new and innovative mobile apps has grown exponentially. But in order to have your software in the mobile app stores, you typically need to create native apps written in the programming language of the particular operating system.

Instead of having to write the same app over and over for different smartphones, wouldn’t it be nice to only build your app once and deploy it to a variety of devices?

Check out this helpful blog post to learn about how you can create hybrid apps that run on iOS, Android and Windows, and discover helpful tips, tricks, and tools to guide you on the entire development process.

Join us at the App Builder Virtual Summit on May 2nd  to learn about designing, building and marketing an app for Windows 8 and Windows Phone. 

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