Visual Studio Survey: How do you develop for multiple form factors?

Visual Studio Survey: How do you develop for multiple form factors?

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This is your chance to influence the next major release of Visual Studio. If you build applications that target multiple devices or form factors (e.g. a single application consumed on phone, tablet and desktop), we want to hear from you. Your input will be used to shape new features planned to streamline application development -- especially UI development -- for multiple form factors. 

The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. By completing the survey, you will be eligible to win a VISA gift certificate. We will be randomly selecting 3 participants who will win a gift card in 1 of 3 increments, $100, $75, or $50.  To enter in the drawing you must submit feedback before January 10th, 2014 and also include your contact information in the survey.

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Jessica Rich

Visual Studio UX Team

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  • Simple.  A common API.  I know that is mind-boggling over there but that is all there is to it.

  • A common API is a nice idea. What about controls? A control for a phone isn't going to work on the desktop. That implies different controls and therefore different API..

  • I have heard that at first ...   HTML 5 and then PhoneGap to Android or IOS or ....   take up a little time and results are very good.

  • Visual Studio   is a very good software programming icons.This is a very good subjects for all students.It is a very famous subjects for all types of students.All can must prefer this subjects.It is a very special for all of us.

  • A control is what that is called still?  ->chase  The designer and programmer can deal with making it work; that is their job. W/o the common API there is no point talking about the rest. If you want little boxes in a listview then you use that at your peril. If you want to use a L A R G E listview with easy-to-access doo-dads on a desktop app, go for it! If you use MFC, well, hope springs eternal.

    ExSy: All blog, no action. This comes to nothing in the end.

  • Microsoft.. are you fishing for advice, again?

    Hire some decent developers.. they'll tell you how to do it!

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