Mobile App DevelopmentMobile is certainly all the rage today. If you’re a developer and aren’t building mobile apps today, then you risk falling behind your peers. And if you’re already creating mobile apps, then you need to continually update your skill set to stay current with the latest technology that seems to appear daily. In either case, don’t worry — you’re in luck.

Throughout the month of June, visit Developer Force for fresh content that will help you start or advance your career as a mobile application developer. To supplement our existing library of mobile app development content, we’ll be publishing new articles and blog posts to help you learn about technology such as jQuery Mobile, PhoneGap, Sencha Touch, Appcelerator Titanium, and Mobile Components for Visualforce. We’ll also be running a couple of live events online, including a webinar and a CodeTalk to round out mobile month.

Once you learn all this great new stuff, why not put your new skills to the test? Without giving anything away, we’ll be running a couple of contests around mobile application development that you won’t want to miss — great prizes and fun for all. Check back in this blog tomorrow for a more detailed announcement about one of our contests.

Native, HTML5, or Hybrid: Understanding Your Mobile Application Development Options

Ready to get started? To begin the month, we thought it would be a good idea to start off with an overview of three primary options for building mobile apps: native, HTML5, and hybrid. For more information about each approach, including the pros and cons of each technique, read Native, HTML5, or Hybrid: Understanding Your Mobile Application Development Options.

Happy Coding!

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  • Michael Luedtke

    Looking for explains on how to plug up Sencha Touch to a Visualforce page, using @remoteaction. Can any one help?

    • Steve Bobrowski

      Please stay tuned. We should have an article later this month that explains Sencha Touch/ integration.

  • Jerry Leo

    This  blog is always wonderful..the insights are too brilliant and useful .Thanks for this good site.

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