AppForge's Crossfire Mobilizes .Net

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Crossfire is designed to support a wide range of device operating systems—specifically those beyond Microsoft's.

AppForge Inc. has started shipping its first mobile and wireless application development environment for Microsoft Corp.'s .Net platform.

Crossfire, which launched on Monday, is designed to support a wide range of device operating systems—specifically those beyond Microsoft's.

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"Crossfire, as the name implies, is the ability to expand the Microsoft .Net framework into not just Microsoft devices but non-Microsoft operating systems such as Palm and Symbian," said Gary Warren, CEO of AppForge in Atlanta.

Using Crossfire, developers can create a single application and then deploy it to the myriad devices in an organization without having to rewrite the application for each operating system and form factor.

In the past, "every time a new device came into their network they'd have to redevelop the software they did on the initial rollout," Warren said. "Now all they have to do is install a new device definition."

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