Cross-platform, non-web app

Hi All,

My crazy client is requesting a mobile/handehld app, that can run on Microsoft Mobile OS, Palm, and the Blackberry.  He wants it to be offline, and have the ability to sync with an already built desktop app.  

 Is this possible with one set of code?

 

Thanks 

 

 

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rudesyle
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My crazy client is requesting a mobile/handehld app, that can run on Microsoft Mobile OS, Palm, and the Blackberry.  He wants it to be offline, and have the ability to sync with an already built desktop app.  

 Is this possible with one set of code?

If you are not running a web app then you are developing .NET CF applications. I cannot really comment as this is a mobile web form forum, but make sure all of the targeted devices can install the .NET CF. 

There are always differences in different platforms so whilst it would be possible to write an app to support multiple platforms, you may have alot of conditional code. 

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jimmy
6/5/2008 9:11:22 PM
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