[Interest] Indie Mobil Program terminated?

Igor Mironchik igor.mironchik at gmail.com
Fri Jul 3 12:56:30 CEST 2015

On 02.07.2015 21:22, Edward Sutton wrote:
>> On Jul 2, 2015, at 10:42 AM, Igor Mironchik <igor.mironchik at gmail.com 
>> <mailto:igor.mironchik at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> On 02.07.2015 18:07, Bob Hood wrote:
>>> On 7/2/2015 8:44 AM, Igor Mironchik wrote:
>>>> On 02.07.2015 17:21, Daniel França wrote:
>>>>> >> This news sounds like a good week for Xamarin
>>>>> Indeed
>>>> Stop guys...
>>> No, they have a valid point.  I had not even heard about Xamarin 
>>> until they posted this, and after looking, it looks like Xamarin is 
>>> a legitimate competitor to what the Qt Company intended with its 
>>> Indie license.
>> Ok, Xamarin is cheaper than Qt. But with Xamarin and C# you can write 
>> crosspaltform only business logic. All UI is platform dependend and 
>> you should write UI for iOS, UI for Android, and so on. With Qt you 
>> can write once and deploy everywhere…
> That is not an accurate statement about Xamarin. You do *not* have to 
> write the UI in native code an longer.
> They have a cross-platform UI library now and are claiming 90% common 
> code across platforms.   Cross-platform UI *was* one of the reasons I 
> went with Qt 5.x.
>     http://xamarin.com/forms
> I have not used Xamarin.  It is certainly interesting.

I told about Xamarin.iOS & Xamarin.Android. You have to write different 
code for iOS and Android if you need something interesting... With 
Xamarin.Forms you can write UI crossplatform, but only very simple UI, 
when with Qt you can write everything crossplatform...
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