This blog series is for those who want to start their adventure in android development. Moving from Eclipse to Android Studio? Just installed Android studio? Confused on how to start? You’re in the …
Thursday, Oct 17 2019
The New Android Studio 3.5 is awesome with a whole lot of improvements, enhancements, and fixes. It is faster, more memory efficient and more performant. We will see about the two core improvements, …
Wednesday, Sep 25 2019
A shout out to all iPhone lovers, iOS 13 offers greater performance along with a wide range of new features that will be compatible with iPhone 6S and all the later versions of the iPhone. Check out …
Thursday, Sep 19 2019
In the previous blog on SwiftUI, we saw a basic tutorial of how SwiftUI works now we will see about rendering list and navigation with SwiftUi.
Tuesday, Sep 17 2019
Android 10 got released! It has plenty of new features and also fixed some major annoying aspects of file sharing and privacy! Check out the 7 coolest features of Android 10! Dark theme, smart replies …
Friday, Sep 13 2019
Here is a quick tutorial to get started with building iOS applications with SwiftUI and XCode11. This method removes the inefficiencies in moving between code and visual layouts making it more …
Monday, Sep 2 2019
Last time we saw how to deploy iOS apps with FastLane, now let us see how to use FastLane to push Android apps to Google Play Store.
Saturday, Aug 31 2019
Fastlane provides an effective and automated way of pushing a build to TestFlight, App store and more. Find out how right here.
Friday, Aug 30 2019
If you are an android developer, chances that you have to create a circular image view is always high. It was never a piece of cake to choose the best method for achieving it. This article is …
Want to know how delegation in swift is implemented? Here is the step-by-step process you can follow to implement and know-how delegation works in swift
Tuesday, Aug 13 2019
In this article, we will try to develop a model that can be used for adding a header item to recyclerview for android applications.
Wednesday, Aug 7 2019
Learn how to make a custom component to satisfy both the design language and make both look similar to a native application with React Native
Monday, Aug 6 2018
When writing an app is difficult for many of us here, our Sr. Mobile architect has shared his thoughts and ideas about rewriting an app. Interesting, isn’t it? Read more to find out how he suggests to …
Wednesday, Jun 6 2018
Facebook’s React Native has existed without any competition for a few years, until Google came out with Flutter. Will Flutter give a tough fight for React Native? Let’s explore!
Monday, Apr 9 2018
The React community brought out ReactNavigation and it’s already said to be the best out there - learn more.
Friday, Feb 16 2018
You can now test your native apps on Appium. The platform is flexible and can be used to test both iOS and Android applications. Our developer tested it out and here’s a simple way in which you can …
Wednesday, Jan 17 2018
Here are the top 5 React-Native components that have found a place on our developers' list of favorite components to use. As always, our MAD (Mobile Application Developer) likes counting down from …
Wednesday, Jan 10 2018
You have been using these apps at least once a day, and you had no clue?
The title is very evident, but it’s always difficult to convince an Android fanatic to use iOS on an iPhone. Adding more fuel to the Android vs iOS debate, we got our Mobile Application Developer to …
Wednesday, Nov 29 2017
This is November edition of the top 5 React-Native components. Counting down from 5, we tell you how these components will give your application the edge that it needs.
Wednesday, Nov 8 2017
Are you dealing with a scenario where you want to show a lot of data in a list? You should probably check React Natives new FlatList Component.
Wednesday, Nov 1 2017
Steve is the simplest iOS calendar app you can rely on. It is minimal, super fast, reliable and beautifully functional.
Tuesday, Oct 17 2017
This isn’t another iOS 11 Review, this is rather an ‘uncovering’ the Hidden Features snippet. With the new software update, there’s a lot that Apple has in store, but what could we expect? This could …
Wednesday, Sep 27 2017
The new and upgraded Android, Version 8.0 was launched on Monday as the Solar Eclipse was under way and we played around a bit with the new version - and this is what we found.
Sunday, Aug 27 2017
Bringing your React Native projects to life is going to much more fun and structured with this curated list of plugins. Learn and build great things!
Wednesday, Aug 9 2017
There’s a lot that has to be kept in mind while building an app. The best apps are built keeping the user in mind - we tell you how to build some cool apps with the aspects that matter.
Tuesday, Aug 8 2017
There’s a plethora of different platforms available to build an Android app. Kotlin and Java happen to be our pet peeves as of now and we tell you how to build apps with both!
Monday, Aug 7 2017
Estimate your IT Project Development Costs on your Android Device with this Android app. Learn more.
Monday, May 29 2017
Why Kotlin is the best thing that has ever happened to Android Developers and what it means to the future.
A detailed list of fonts that are available out of the box for your React Native project.
Sunday, May 28 2017
Authenticate your React Native app with YouTube and list down videos.
Saturday, Apr 29 2017
Let us quickly take you through some of the best React Native Components you can checkout this weekend.
Friday, Apr 14 2017
Send and recieve push notifications on your iOS or Android devices using Firebase Cloud Functions.
Saturday, Apr 1 2017
How to build a React Native App using Firebase as the backend with very little cost.
Thursday, Mar 23 2017
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