In March, we introduced the concept of Shared Projects using Oxygene, a Pascal compiler that works inside Visual Studio and generates applications for all the major platforms--including Windows Phone.
This month, we'll continue that exploration by branching away from the Windows desktop and take a look at how the same shared classes we used previously can also help us build ASP.NET web sites and Android apps.
The code for everything demonstrated during both parts of this presentation is on GitHub. Feel free to download make suggestions or improvements.
David Cornelius is a contract programmer building Windows applications, Retail Pro plug-ins, and exploring new features of Oxygene. You can read more about him at Cornelius Concepts.
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