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Platform agnosticism: Is it really achievable?

Monu Tripathi
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Is it really possible to achieve this state? Does your book talk about design decisions that can make an app work across platforms?


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Sebastien Blanc
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Well , we mainly focused on the Android plattform (as the title of the book suggests ;-) ) but most of the material present in this book should work on any webkit based browser (iPhone for example).

Sebastien Blanc
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Damon Oehlman
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Joined: Jan 26, 2011
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Hey Daniel,

I tried to answer this for another similar question.

In summary, though, yes - eventually.

Cheers,
Damon.


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