iFactr Featured by Microsoft as Visual Studio 2012 Launch Partner
ITR Mobility and the iFactr enterprise cross-platform framework will be featured by Microsoft Corp. at the launch of Visual Studio 2012. iFactr gives software developers the ability to create enterprise mobile applications for any mobile platform using the Microsoft .NET Framework. Because iFactr is an extension of Visual Studio 2012, developers can create and deliver cross-platform mobile applications easily, without the large learning curve involved with a new development language or platform-specific nuances. Organizations with significant Microsoft application development investments can leverage code, infrastructure and technical expertise to quickly deliver state-of-the-art mobile applications, fully integrated with back-end data and systems.
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