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Ok How can I use Json to talk to MS-sql database and what can i use as a controller if the application is separate.
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What type of mobile application are you talking about?  

If you are able to serialize/deserialize a JSON object, then you can use any database technology to read/write from a database, like OR/Ms, ADO.NET, ..., whatever you like.
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Android and OS using phone gap or is Xamarin better?
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I don't have any experience with Android, so you might want to ask this question again, providing more detail, like Android O/S version, and you might get a better answer.
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thanks anyway.
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