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BlueFinity's Evoke from a Developer's Perspective

Published almost 4 years ago by Elkie Holland
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Elkie Holland of Prospectus IT interviews David Cooper, Technical Lead of BlueFinity International about the main components of BlueFinity’s newest product – Evoke. 

Evoke enables developers to target their applications to Apple, Android and Windows devices as either web apps or hybrid apps (using PhoneGap) as well as desktop browser and native WPF applications.  

In this video David Cooper describes the way in which software developers can use the 3 main components of Evoke to create apps for all of todays’ major computing environments and devices.  He also discusses the pricing model of the product.




For more information or to register for a free, fully supported trial visit http://www.bluefinity.com/evoke.


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