React Native vs Flutter vs Progressive Web Apps (PWAs)

Flutter vs React Native vs PWA

The mobile app development revolution is growing exponentially. To stay abreast of the growing need of the customers and businesses, the optimum utilization of niche frameworks and the platforms becomes a must. For developing a new mobile application for the new…

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written by Albert Smith for Mobile Development section(s).

 
 

Top Android Application Development Trends for 2020

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Indeed Android has come a long way and the story of Android is nothing less than inspirational, bringing about a transformation in the mobile app development industry. Launched back in 2008, Android’s smartphone OS Market Share now hovers around Keep Reading

written by Albert Smith for Mobile Development section(s).

 
 

Android 10 Unveiled: Check New Features

what is the new in Android 10 update

Android 10 is launched after almost a year of development and intense testing by early adopters. Previously known as Android Q, Android 10 made its presence felt during Google’s Android Developer Summit conference held last November.

Android 10 focuses on…

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written by Albert Smith for Android, Mobile Development section(s).

 
 

Ionic vs. Flutter: Which one Works for you

flutter vs ionic which is best

Native applications are all about high performance, built for specific platforms and written in languages that the platform accepts. The key to success in the world of mobility is reaching out to maximum users, irrespective of devices or operating systems.

This makes…

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written by Albert Smith for Mobile Development section(s).

 
 

Harmony OS/Hongmeng OS Unveiled at Huawei Developer Conference 2019

Huawei Harmony OS

Huawei is hosting its annual developer’s conference, HDC 2019, in China from August 9th – August 11 2019. The company has finally unveiled its own operating system called Harmony OS (which was referred as Hongmeng OS) at HDC. Harmony OS…

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written by Albert Smith for Mobile Development, Technology section(s).