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Feb 21
2017

Building for iOS

Nomad lets you write native iOS apps in Visual Studio, but before you can run them on your device, there’s a few bits of configuration. See each section for more details, or watch a short video walkthrough. iOS Developer Program membership You’ll need to be a member of Apple’s iOS Developer Program. This costs $99/year […]

Feb 21
2017

Develop with JavaScript & HTML5 from within Visual Studio

Use your existing .NET development skills Getting up to speed to become a mobile app developer is even easier with Nomad. Use the Visual Studio IDE and transfer your skills quickly to mobile app development. A seamless development experience Simply installing the Nomad extension means there’s no need to install large SDKs or go through […]

Feb 21
2017

Requirements

Our vision is to be able to build mobile apps for any platform. Right now, there’s just a couple of us, so we’ve started with the most common platforms: iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android. Visual Studio 2010, 2012 & 2013 Rather than forcing you to learn a new IDE, we thought you’d be more […]

Feb 21
2017

Learning Cordova/PhoneGap

Once you’ve got Nomad setup and have built the demo app, you may be wondering where you go next. There are lots of great tutorials around the net to help you get started, so we’ve tried to collect a few here to get you started. PhoneGap API documentation Your first stop should be the PhoneGap […]

Feb 21
2017

Deploying your Android App

Once you have asuccessfully built your app, you have an .apk file. The .apk file is the compiled, digitally signed version of your code, packaged ready for distribution. To install it on a device, you need to enable installation of non-Market applications first: Go to your device’s Settings page Tap Applications Ensure Unknown sources is […]

Feb 21
2017

The Nomad blog

Mobile Development with Azure Mobile Services using HTML5 & JavaScript by The Nomad Team, In this tutorial, published on Code Project, we demonstrate how you can build a cross-platform mobile app with Azure Mobile Services using HTML5 and JavaScript. The tutorial uses the sample code below and adapts the sample todo app that’s part of […]

Feb 21
2017

Transitioning between pages with JQuery Mobile and Knockout.js

This post is part of a series about how some engineers at Red Gate spent a week building an end-to-end Nomad for Visual Studio sample. You can find the rest of the posts using the dtw-crm-sample tag. Now that we have a login screen and a search page that both work in isolation, we need […]

Feb 21
2017

Accessing a remote data-store with CORS from PhoneGap

Last week Amazon added support for Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS), allowing web and mobile applications to easily interact with resources stored on AWS S3. This is good news for mobile developers as we can now build apps which access and update data stored on S3 without needing a custom proxy server. In this post we […]

Feb 21
2017

Our home

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Feb 21
2017

Pricing FAQs

I’m an existing customer – can I add extra developer licenses? Absolutely. and we will add the extra licenses. Just let us know how many additional developers licenses you would like. I’m an existing Nomad customer – can I upgrade my plan to the latest version that includes the UI designer? Yes. Can I try […]