I spend most of my time creating Android apps using Java and the Android SDK. That’s a development style that fits my experience and interests.
Fellow Pluralsight author, Shawn Wildermuth just created a course for just those folks: Practical PhoneGap. It doesn’t completely replace traditional mobile app development but does work well in a number of situations. Here’s the description from the Pluralsight website…
I encourage you to check out Practical PhoneGap.
Java and Android SDK’s both are useful to develop unique and interesting Android apps for Android Development technology.
Can you explain about the iOS Native apps in brief..?
I totally agree with you that Java & the Android SDK is a great way to build Android apps (that’s what I use). iPhone on the other hand requires using Objective C and the iPhone SDK which some people find more difficult than Java and the Android SDK. And even if one find’s both equally usable, the two platforms required completely separate approaches which, in many cases, is nearly double the effort of targeting just one of the platforms.
Thanks for your detail information. Now, I can completely understand about the iOS Native apps which you explain me.