TouchDevelop: programming cloud-connected mobile devices via touchscreen

@inproceedings{Tillmann2011TouchDevelopPC,
  title={TouchDevelop: programming cloud-connected mobile devices via touchscreen},
  author={Nikolai Tillmann and Michal Moskal and Jonathan de Halleux and Manuel F{\"a}hndrich},
  booktitle={Onward!},
  year={2011}
}
The world is experiencing a technology shift. In 2011, more touchscreen-based mobile devices like smartphones and tablets will be sold than desktops, laptops, and netbooks combined. In fact, in many cases incredibly powerful and easy-to-use smart phones are going to be the first and, in less developed countries, possibly the only computing devices which virtually all people will own, and carry with them at all times. Furthermore, mobile devices do not only have touchscreens, but they are also… CONTINUE READING

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