Hour 2. Considerations for Desktop Developers

If you develop desktop applications, you might be tempted to try and simply port your application to the phone. Because users have different expectations for performing work on their mobile devices compared with their desktop computers, this is generally not a good idea. In addition, the form factor of a smaller touch screen and smaller keyboard, or even the lack of a physical keyboard, provides a very different way for the user to interact with your application. By the end of this hour, you will to know what it takes to start ...

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