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By burkeholland
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Published: Apr 28 2014 / 14:02

With more and more developers looking to get into mobile, it would make sense that they would want to use the tooling of their choice. Visual Studio dates back to April 1995 (Version 4.0), with the most current release being Visual Studio 2013, and it shows no signs of slowing down. But the explosion of mobile apps leaves several questions for developers using Visual Studio. What are my options for developing mobile apps in general?
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sbp_romania replied ago:

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I think that Microsoft did a great deal when joining with Xamarin, it was a shame that you could not develop mobile apps for other platforms (except Windows phone), using Visual Studio, because it's such a good IDE.

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