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Serverless and mobile development: Ready for primetime?
It's this gap between the nature of mobile and the nature of the web that leads us to frustration in mobile development. Is there a future where we have mobile-native server-side tools that give us features and practices that we know our users demand? Yes.

Progress Releases New Components for Ground Breaking NativeScript Mobile Development Toolset
Business Wire (press release)
... our ability to keep in lockstep with market needs and with the latest advancements in JavaScript development. giving developers everything they need to build the mobile apps of tomorrow from a single codebase, using their existing web development ...

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Now you can port code from .Net Framework to .Net Core
Net Framework emphasizes Windows desktop development; the open source .Net Core is optimized for building web applications for Windows, Linux, and MacOS. There are reasons to port to .Net Core as well as reasons not to do so. On the plus side, .

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