You’ll notice that there are already tutorials for iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8 but the problem with these, excluding WP8, is that you need to use an environment other than Visual Studio. This might be OK if you’re already familiar with Java, Objective C, Eclipse, and XCode, but is obviously less than ideal if you’re not.
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Nomad now includes a new permissions feature to enable quick and easy configuration for common app permissions such as Network, Location and Storage access. Simply select the necessary permissions your app requires and Nomad will automatically make changes to the manifest file for you.
You can find the permissions configuration feature in Project > Properties > Permissions.
If you have any questions then just drop us an email at email@example.com.
Nomad is hiring!
by , 11 July 2013 | ...
Want to work on the best hybrid mobile and tablet development platform in the making? Want to make it easy and painless for people to build awesome mobile and tablet apps across multiple platforms? Got a passion for creating great products and services?
Then come and work for Nomad!
We're looking for great software engineers, and a product marketing manager - all of them with an entrepreneurial bent. If that sounds like you find out more and apply using the following links:
If you have any questions about either role please feel free to drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.