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Month: April 2019

The Future of iOS App Development & Evolution

Having several years of experience of developing iOS apps under our belt, we’ve often noticed trends beforehand that go on to become the next big thing in iOS. This post covers current trends in iOS app development and some insights into the evolution of the ecosystem. So without much further ado, let’s get started. AI Apple recently introduced CoreML, a machine learning framework, which allows developers to integrate artificial intelligence to their app even if…

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Best Tools to Help You Get Better at Android Application Development

We just did a blog on our top 10 iOS development tools and now we bring to you our top tools of choice for android application development. Android Studio Android Studio is the official IDE supported by Google. Although resource intensive, Android Studio is by far the most capable tool that you can have for developing Android apps.   AVD Manager The Android Virtual Device Manager is an emulator that can be enabled within Android…

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Ten Precious Tools to Help You Get Better at iPhone Application Development

Creating quality iPhone apps is simpler than ever due to the ecosystem of tools available around iOS development. If you know the correct tools, you can automate tasks and speed-up development. Here are the top 10 tools that will help you an iPhone application development ninja. XCode First one on the list is the IDE of choice, XCode. XCode is officially IDE for apps developed in Swift and is developed by Apple. This is the…

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The Reasons Why Developers Love Building Native App Development

Hybrid apps maybe a rage due to the apparent cost savings and shorter development times. However, there are businesses and developers who would still prefer to go on the native way of developing apps. Here are some of the reasons why developers love building native apps. 1. Fluid Performance Hybrid apps are a combination of HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript on top of native code that drives the hardware of the phone. This has unintended consequences…

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