What’s New & Exciting With Android N?

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Google introduced Android Nougat – a new version of Android that showcases more ways to express yourself by bringing in a handful of amazing features and improvements around stability and performance. Let’s find out what’s new in Android Nougat.

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How To Hire Mobile Developers For Business Apps?

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The vast world of business is stuffed down into a hand sized device. We call it Smartphone or Tablet and are affectionate for it. It consists of all business apps that make these devices a magnet for us and we also rejoice these apps and their potential of making our day to day life comfortable and meaningful.

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Getting Started with Firebase

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It is a company which provides an excellent platform for building a mobile / web application. It is not an ordinary database, it serves as a real time scalable backend. By using Firebase as the platform, the only thing you need to focus on is creating awesome customer experiences and service performance. The rest is done by Firebase.

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Introducing React Native: Building Apps with JavaScript

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React Native is a framework which helps developers to build robust world class applications on Native platforms using the two pillars of JavaScript AND React. React Native is a step ahead of React which is basically a code library for JavaScript. React was developed by Facebook and Instagram. React Native is now open source for both Android and iPhone.

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10 Things to Know About Game Application Development

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When it comes to mobile apps, there is an app for everything today! And a major chunk of mobile apps are gaming apps. Yes, you got it right – the world of gaming apps is huge. From simple puzzles to complex high tech games, everything comes in an app today. But before you decide on developing a gaming app for the world of mobile users, there are a few things you should know. Precisely 10 things you should know!

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What Screen Resolutions Should One Design For Android?

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Android screen sizes are very confusing because it has larger ranges of handsets. Firstly what we have to do is to search the base unit and in Android, the base will be MDPI.

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OnGraph - Top Kids Mobile App Developer @ AppFutura

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OnGraph has been ranked as one of the Top Kids Mobile App Developers in a latest list published by AppFutura.

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App Development: Android? iOS? Or Both?

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Often App developers and business enterprises reach the abyss of a pivotal question: Android or iOS or both?

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Social Networks Vs Messaging Applications, Who’s Winning?

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The battle between social network and messaging application has been around; but the verdict remains disputed. Let’s look through fresh eyes.

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Mobile Apps for your Website : Wise or Unwise

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With all the app hype and popularity, are you wondering if you should get one for your mobile site too ?? Let’s try and help you decide.

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Launch of Android Studio 2.0

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Google has released 2.0 version of Android Studio which promises faster, better and smoother mobile app development. Let’s find out, all that it has to offer.

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Why Native App Development?

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When “one-size-for-all” seems like such a convenient mantra, having shoe for every occasion is no harm either. Let’s explore, why developing an application exclusively for a platform, in its innate language, makes sense.

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Android Marshmallow: All The Things About It

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Android’s Marshmallow, following the Android trend has released this May,the revamped version with fine updates. Let’s unloose Marshmallow.

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Right Mobile App Testing Approach = Successful Mobile App

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The centrality of testing is often overlooked in the success of a mobile app. It is a right testing strategy which differentiates a successful mobile app from poorly made applications.

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5 Key Strategies for Successful Mobile Engagement

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Increasing mobile users have fueled the Mobile engagement industry. Read the 5 key strategies for a successful mobile engagement.

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Android Fragments

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Fragments are like parts of activity. An activity can display one or more fragments on the screen at the same time. A fragment has its own layout and its own behaviour with its own life-cycle callbacks.It were added to the Android API in Honeycomb version of Android which API version 11.

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Famous Java Design Patterns

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Famous Java Design Patterns

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Java Inner Classes

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You’re an Object Oriented programmer, so you know that for reuse and flexibility you need to keep your classes specialized. In other words, a class should have code only for the things an object of that particular type needs to do. Lets learn more about this.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop

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Google introduces new version of Android – Lollipop.  This version is really big and diverse. The most important update from last 3 years.  It is also known as Android 5 or Android L. It is successor of KitKat. There are thousands of new APIs in the Lollipop according to Google. For more information, see Android 5.0 API Overview.

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Android Material Design

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Material design is a comprehensive guide for visual, motion, and interaction design across platforms and devices. Some features of material design supports API level 21 or above. But Google provides some ways to make your applications compatible.

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All you need to know about Google Chromecast

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Google Chromecast has been officially launched in India and it would be available from December 10 2014 midnight at Snapdeal at a very attractive price of INR 2,999. It will coincide with Google’s GOSF (Great online shopping festival). It has been priced a US$35 in the US market.

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Going Mobile

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With a large customer base, mobiles and tablets have been an important part of our lives. The momentum the mobile technology has gained over last few years is set to be multi-fold in coming five years. All the markets whether it is Asian market, US market or European market, mobiles and tablets are taking the places of traditional computers. Websites have turned to responsive design utilizing latest design trends followed by great boom in mobile application development spanning several platforms like iOS, Android, Blackberry, Windows. Marketers also have joined the race with mobile marketing on the go. Various Ad Networks have been developed specially for mobiles like Chartboost, Flurry, AdMob, Adfonic, InMobi, MobFox to name a few.

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Facebook Integration in Appcelerator Titanium for iOS and Android

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Let us learn how to integrate Facebook in your iOS and Android application developed using Appcelerator Titanium to make user log in and signup process real easy. The integration start with Facebook App ID creation. Read on to know detailed steps

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How to Integrate Push Notification in Android

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Let us learn how to enable push notifications in Android using Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) and notify your users with interesting things happening in the app.

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How to Integrate Chartboost in Android

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Learn how you can integrate Chartboost Ads in your Android app in quick steps and start earning money!

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How to Integrate Flurry in Android

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Flurry Analytics is a service offered by Flurry that generates detailed statistics about a mobile application’s traffic and traffic sources and measures conversions and sales.

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How to choose the right Platform for your app?

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For a budding entrepreneur who has got an awesome mobile app idea, the biggest decision lies in choosing the platform for developing the future app.

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Integrating Google Maps (V2) in Android

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Why Google Map v2?

To display Google map in Android we have provided with Google API’s v1 and v2 but as of now API v1 is deprecated so the only option remains is API v2.

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PhoneGap Vs Titanium

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In the last post we have talked about Choosing the platform for developing your app. In this post we would be discussing about two more frameworks i.e. Phone gap and Titanium frameworks. Both are used for the same purpose, cross-platform mobile application development.

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HTML5, Native or Hybrid? Choosing the right approach for your app!

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The first obstacle a business owner or developer faces while starting to develop any app is on choosing the right method of developing it. There are three ways available by which an app can be developed viz. HTML5, Native and Hybrid. Let’s list down which would work best for an app.

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How to Integrate Facebook on Android

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Nowadays, Smartphones have taken over the market. Smartphones are the future of the mobile technology. With Android being the most widely used OS in Asian region, Facebook integration with the Android device is a must have. It will give you freedom from signing up for every single app and you would be able to use Facebook Sign-up/login feature with one click.

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How to integrate Twitter in Android

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Integrating Twitter in your Android application is a one click solution of login into your application using Twitter and it also prevents you from filling tedious registration forms.

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Compile JNI (Java Native Interface) using android NDK (Native Development kit)

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The NDK allows you to implement parts of your applications using native-code languages such as C and C++. This will improve the user experience in terms of speed and developer experience in terms of code re-usability. You can download the NDK from here Android NDK.

JNI or Java Native Interface is the interface between the Java code running in a JVM and the native code running outside the JVM. It works both ways, that is you can use JNI to call native code from your Java programs and to call Java code from your native code. The native code normally resides within a library (.so file) and is typically written in C/C++.

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Meet us in San Francisco in AppsWorld North America 2013!

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Come meet us at Stand 110 during AppsWorld 2013 in San Francisco! Apps World will be returning to North America in 2014 – February 5th and 6th – for two days of engagement and high level insight and discussion around one of the largest growing industries – mobile apps. Apps World North America will be taking place in the tech capital of the world San Francisco on February 5th-6th February at the Moscone Center

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