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I want to develop a single CMS for all platforms (iOS, Android, website).
Purpose is to use a single CMS to update contents on all three platforms (iOS, Android, website).

I want to know if it is possible to develop this web based CMS which can be used to update contents e.g. login, register, update images and text and other database driven operations on all platforms?

Thanks for help in advance.
Gonzoox 12-Mar-15 10:56am    
Yes it is possible...
Richard MacCutchan 12-Mar-15 12:38pm    
If it is web-based then it runs inside a browser, so it will work on anything.
kmax16 12-Mar-15 12:44pm    
Thanks richard. can you please guide how can I use the same web cms to manage my android and ios apps
Richard MacCutchan 12-Mar-15 12:53pm    
Sorry, you will need to go and study some code samples and tutorials on the subject. This forum is Quick Answers.

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I would look at the PhoneGap/Cordova frameworks.

Then look at JS libraries such as AngularJS, RequireJS and even compile time OO language compilers for JS such as TypeScript or CoffeeScript.

If you design your application correctly using an SPA (Single Page Application) approach. You could build for web, iOS and Android all with a single code bases with only limited platform divergence.
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