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  1. imgawards

    Only few days left to submit your game!

    If you are a developer, studio or publisher based in Southeast Asia, participate to our competition by entering your game before 31 July, 2017. Submission is 100% free and will not take you more than 2 minutes! IMGA SEA is organised this year in partnership with Eliphant, GameStart's organisers. This year’s ceremony and after-party will take place in Singapore during GameStart 2017, Southeast Asia’s premier games convention on October 13. Awarded games will automatically have a chance to win another prize during the 14th IMGA Global edition in San Francisco. To be considered for nomination, submitted games must have been released after May 2016, or have not yet been published.
  2. Hi all, I want to create an application which will need a website as well. What I'm looking for is how to make as few different source codes as possible. My definition for a "source code" is a code for a single platform/service. What needs to be done is as follows: 1) Mobile app - there's a need for: iOS version, Android version, Windows phone version, web service, database. 2) Website - client and server side, database. My priorities are from highest to lowest: 1) As few source codes as possible. 2) Fastest learning curve as possible for my knowledge (will be described next) 3) Cheapest. My knowledge: C# (Xamarin is a possibility), Java, Native Android, a bit of Spring, a bit of PHP, a bit of MySQL. If there's a need to learn some technologies - for example ASP.NET, HTML, CSS, Javascript - I'll do it. I heard you can somehow create a web site and then turn it into a cross platform mobile application like PhoneGap or Ionic, which means you might be able to get a single source code for everything - is it true? What do you think is the best option in my case?