Detecting features inconsitency in cross-platform applications

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The development of mobile computing has offered rise to a differing set of computing platforms. Customers utilize these distinctive stages for both personal and business exercises, for example, banking, shopping and so on. The developers of mobile computing faces many challenges which includes numerous versions of operating systems and thousands of devices which various in screen sizes.While developing mobile applications, the application engineers have to determine APIs of a home stage (e.g., Windows Phone), and consequently create forms of the application for different target stages (e.g., iOS and Android).Because of this cross platform application development is a striking issue for programming engineers who need to pitch to clients regardless of which platform they run (Windows, Mac or Linux).




Shanthi, C., Sharmila, K., Jebathangam, J., & Devi, R. (2019). Detecting features inconsitency in cross-platform applications. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(11), 109–112.

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