Friday, May 04, 2012

Creating Windows Phone, iPhone and Android Apps with iFactr in Visual Studio 2010

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iFactr is a cross-platform mobile framework created by ITR Mobility. With iFactr as a plug in to Visual Studio 2010, developers can create iPhone, Android and Windows Phone apps by writing C# and .NET code. Essentially iFactr compiles the code to a native app for a specified target platform. It is worth noting that the current version does require that the code be built and debugged on a Mac with iOS installed.

It currently supports native output for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, Android, Windows Mobile, Windows Phone 7, and Windows XP/Vista/7. iFactr also offers web/hybrid app support for Android, BlackBerry, iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, Symbian, and Web OS via HTML 5.0, CSS, and JavaScript. The Windows desktop-optimized browser-based Web support and basic HTML/WAP for feature phone support is also in development.

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