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Windows Application port to Android

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Windows Application port to Android

Postby rvs » Sat May 29, 2010 4:15 pm

Hi ,


Any idea how could I do this. The goal of this one is at least compete with emerging web-based Healthcare systems compared to windows application that could only run on notebooks/net-books. Can anyone point me out on the right direction. Portability is not really impressive with such system but I want to make an open hole for the system to expand. Since android is an open source. I would appreciate every help I ll get.


cheers
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