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Android Market app built in Oxygene for Java

RemObjects Blogs – In Autumn 2011 I was approached by Nail Soup Ltd. about an Android development opportunity. Nail Soup had a client, a charitable organisation called Amber Foundation, who wanted some mobile applications built. Primarily they wanted to offer a free iPhone and Android app that would allow people to search for various types of resources to help homeless people in the UK. This was to be called the Amber Homeless Helper and was set to be released shortly before Christmas 2011. The idea was to have a web-resident database sat behind a web service that could be queried with various different search ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? brian.long @ 2012-01-11 16:48


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