Migrating iOS Apps to Windows Phone

Great post by Nick Randolph about Migrating iOS Apps to Windows Phone

“Since its announcement over a year ago Windows Phone has generated significant interest from the developer community. Many have already developed for iOS and are seeking to port their applications across to Windows Phone. Whilst this would appear to require learning a new set of tools, technologies and APIs, the reality is that the migration path is well trodden and full of useful resources along the way. In this article we’ll look at some of the similarities and differences between the platforms, and how you can use the developer and designer tools to assist you in porting your application across to Windows Phone.”

Will the Windows Phone have a big enough market that we will have to build application for it as well?
Will it push us to web application that will work across multiple platforms?

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