Part 2: Developing for a multitude of clients: Strategies for code reuse and keeping costs in check - by @KevinDockx
Welcome to the second part of this article series on strategies for designing your application for a multitude of different clients. A lot of businesses face this problem today: your customers expect a rich desktop client, an almost equally rich web client, a mobile client, … and of course, on different form factors and for use with different types of input: typically, a mouse-keyboard combination, or touch.
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