I’m rather impressed. It took me a total of about 5 hours, from install to launch, but I have my first login screen already up and running for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone (not pictured) thanks to Xamarin. Continue reading “Mobile Screen #1 and Xamarin Notes”
From the start, I had the plan to make sure Prayer Odyssey was a “mobile first” type application. Most people (including myself) would be using Prayer Odyssey from their phones, or tablets, given how portable they are and simple to interact with, just like a notepad is. With that in mind I built Prayer Odyssey as a responsive app, first leveraging Zurb Foundation and later using Angular Material to make this happen. While this has been working well, I’ve come to the realization that a native mobile app is needed to make the experience really function as intended.