When creating applications, you want to create an experience that is tailored to a particular platform. Learn how to do this using the merges folder in Cordova.
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There are several ways to build applications for mobile devices, and each has strengths and weaknesses. We'll look at each of these in detail to clarify the differences.
Wouldn't it be nice if there was a way to reuse the existing skills you already have to create mobile applications? Learn what you can expect from Cordova.
Making sure that your mobile apps offer both security and privacy for the end user are increasingly important. Learn how to make your apps compliant.
Mobile app developers and internal development teams alike need to completely rethink Quality Assurance (QA) to improve mobile app development.
Bootstrap is a UI framework to develop responsive web designs. This article will help you learn to develop mobile friendly web applications with it.
Before submitting a Windows Phone App to the Windows Phone App Store, there are a few quick things you should check.
Creating apps across the fragmented mobile landscape of Android and iOS has been a challenge. Ionic helps developers create beautiful, high performing apps that work across platforms with the help of Cordova. This article will give you a taste of what you can do with the Ionic framework.
The Iconic Framework can empower developers and leverage their AngularJS and HTML5 skills to create beautiful, high-performing apps.
Chunyen Liu shares 10 design tips for you to use in developing Android apps.
Naturally you want to distribute your apps to as many customers as possible to maximize your profit. Chunyen Liu looks into some of the potential app store alternatives to Google Play.
We are soon going to have a social networking of devices with M2M communication protocols and the Cloud is going to enable this huge setup. Read on to learn more.
Writing a mobile app for Android or iOS is easy but designing a great mobile app can be a challenge. Learn how to write better mobile apps with these 10 quick tips!
Here are a number of wearable computer devices you might, or might not have, heard about.
A number of new wearable computers become mainstream in 2013. In 2014, you can expect even more wearable computers to make their way into the spotlight. This should result in more discussion on the Internet of Things (IoT) as it relates to the connectivity of devices. One thing all of the wearable computers have in common is that there were developers writing the underlying code to make them work. In this slide show, I present a number of wearable computer that you can get today as well as a few you might not have seen. I expect to see even more ideas come to light in 2014. Do you know of other interesting wearables?
These nine recent jQuery features cover everything from mobile development to testing to HTML 5.
Getting started with PHP for Android and the Scripting Layer for Android is easy with this step-by-step guide, complete with a demo application.
Android 2.2 (Froyo) provides developers with some much-anticipated features for a minor SDK release. Here are the top ten features developers cannot wait to get their hands on.
Create an Android App Widget for the home screen which relies upon background processing by an Android Service.
Shane Conder will show us how different XML parsers affect performance with Android and the answers might surprise you. The article provides developers with data for choosing a particular XML parser and Android code that demonstrates all three parsers.