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Mobile-apps-that-use-big-data-better-do-the-data-science-too

Mobile apps that use big data better do the data science too


Friday, March 29, 2019 by

Data science has emerged as a new powerhouse for organizations, turning mountains of data into actionable business insights that impact every part of the business. However, not all data science platforms and methodologies are created equal. The ability to use data science to make decisions with transparency and accountability comes down to many factors, including whethe...


Android-Studio-update-fixes-over-200-reported-bugs,-here

Android Studio update fixes over 200 reported bugs, here's what's new


Tuesday, January 15, 2019 by

Google has just announced the release of Android Studio 3.3, an update on Project Marble, which is the Android Studio team’s focus on improving fundamental user-facing features and product polish. In a recent blog post, Jamal Eason says: "Android Studio 3.3 kicks off the broader quality focus area for the year, which we call Project Marble. Announced at th...


Google-Flutter-comes-out-of-Beta-to-help-speed-up-native-development

Google Flutter comes out of Beta to help speed up native development


Tuesday, December 18, 2018 by

For cross-platform mobile development, developers generally have to choose between either building the same app multiple times for multiple operating systems, or to accept a solution that trades native speed and accuracy for portability. Flutter provides a solution that gives developers the best of both worlds: hardware-accelerated graphics and UI, powered by native ARM...


Java-vs.-Kotlin:-The-raging-debate

Java vs. Kotlin: The raging debate


Thursday, December 13, 2018 by

Java and has been around for 22 years and was the go-to language for Android developers until recently. Experts state that it could become obsolete even with the latest Java 8, mostly because of its endless try-catch blocks, verbose syntax, lack of support for functional programming features, null-unsafety and the notorious NullPointerException. Also, Java was created t...


Developers-outlook-2018:-big-technologies,-big-changes

Developers outlook 2018: big technologies, big changes


Tuesday, March 6, 2018 by

In 2018 changes in the technology landscape are creating fantastic opportunities for innovation in design and engineering. For decades, computers featured a TV screen for output, a keyboard for text input, and a mouse to point and click. Just a few years ago, the iPhone transformed everything by putting the first well-designed computer with a touchscreen in our pockets....


Corona-Native-for-Windows-launches

Corona Native for Windows launches


Wednesday, January 3, 2018 by

Corona Labs has announced the launch of Corona Native for Windows. Corona Native tools expand the basic functionality of the platform: they let developers enable native Java and C++ libraries within Corona-based apps. With Corona Native for Windows developers can create apps of any complexity using all the requisite services, from analytics to monetization.“Corona - is ...


AppDynamics-Developer-Toolkit-release-for-Spring-is-here

AppDynamics Developer Toolkit release for Spring is here


Thursday, April 6, 2017 by

AppDynamics, a Cisco company and a application intelligence company, is planning on a Spring ‘17 release, including the AppDynamics Developer Toolkit and major updates to Enterprise iQ and Business iQ. The new releases are aimed at giving application teams better abilities to deliver impactful customer experiences.In our digital-first world, where quality and performanc...


Mobile-automation-testing-tips

Mobile automation testing tips


Tuesday, February 7, 2017 by

As mobile application development matures, the range of features increases, but so does the effort required to test for regressions before shipping updates. A robust automation testing strategy can help in this situation but it is important to look at some key factors when setting up test suite infrastructure. An automated UI test suite can quickly run through all ...


Earn-Your-Android-Basics-Nanodegree-From-Google-and-Udacity

Earn Your Android Basics Nanodegree From Google and Udacity


Thursday, June 23, 2016 by

Google and Udacity are launching a new Android Basics Nanodegree offering a series of courses and services that introduce Android app creation to those unfamiliar with Android app development. The program costs $199US per month.Participants can learn at their own pace how to use Android Studio to design app user interfaces and implement user interactions using the Java ...


New-Tools-Help-App-Designers-and-Developers-Work-in-Sync

New Tools Help App Designers and Developers Work in Sync


Saturday, June 18, 2016 by

Building apps takes a team. And for a team to be effective they need to work well together. Unfortunately, UI designers and developers often have a hard time communicating with each other since, in some ways, they speak a completely different language.Because of this disconnect, the application development process typically hits a snag when the time comes to handoff des...


SoftBank-Robotics-Releases-Android-SDK-for-Pepper-Humanoid-Robot

SoftBank Robotics Releases Android SDK for Pepper Humanoid Robot


Monday, May 30, 2016 by

SoftBank Robotics has announced that its humanoid robot Pepper will support the Android operating system and presales of models for developers will begin in July 2016. Ahead of the presales launch, SoftBank Robotics is offering a beta version of the Pepper SDK for Android Studio that enables the development of RoboApps on the Android platform.The SDK is available throug...


Stable-Release-of-Android-Studio-2.1-Supports-Android-N-Developer-Preview

Stable Release of Android Studio 2.1 Supports Android N Developer Preview


Thursday, April 28, 2016 by

The stable release of Android Studio 2.1 is now available and includes updates to the platform’s IDE wizards, build system and Android Emulator. The Android Studio development team says that the latest release provides access to new features and APIs of the developer preview including the new Jack compiler and Java 8 language support. Android Studio 2.1 includes perform...


Android-Studio-2.0-Now-Available

Android Studio 2.0 Now Available


Monday, April 11, 2016 by

Android Studio 2.0 has been released allowing developers to build apps for the Android platform, including phones and tablets, Android Auto, Android Wear, and Android TV. It is the official IDE from Google including a code editor, code analysis tools, emulators and more. Android Studio 2.0 includes the following new features for Android developers:- Instant Run: De...


Telit-IoT-AppZone-Development-Environment-Now-Supports-Android

Telit IoT AppZone Development Environment Now Supports Android


Friday, February 19, 2016 by

Telit has released the next new generation of its Telit IoT AppZone application development environment (ADE), which now supports the Android open source framework. The expanded environment will allow developers to leverage their experience with Android, using the same tools and APIs in a framework they are familiar with, reducing IoT development time and effort. T...


Android-Studio-2.0-Preview-Now-Includes-Instant-Run-Feature

Android Studio 2.0 Preview Now Includes Instant Run Feature


Monday, November 23, 2015 by

Google has released Android Studio 2.0, which includes an Instant Run feature to help improve the development workflow. Android Studio’s new Instant Run feature allows developers to quickly see changes running on a device or emulator. Profiling OpenGL ES Android code is now easier with the GPU Profiler in Android Studio. The tool is in early preview and shows detai...


Digimarc-Releases-Mobile-App-SDK-for-Scanning-Consumer-Barcodes

Digimarc Releases Mobile App SDK for Scanning Consumer Barcodes


Monday, November 2, 2015 by

Digimarc has released the Digimarc Discover mobile software development kit (SDK) for scanning consumer barcodes. The Digimarc SDK offers several proprietary optimizations that improve scanning of the most common retail barcodes with mobile devices which consumers often use to research and reveal pricing and product information.Consumers using third-party iOS and Androi...


Android-Studio-1.3-Now-Available

Android Studio 1.3 Now Available


Tuesday, August 11, 2015 by

Android Studio 1.3 is now available on the stable release channel offering Google’s biggest feature release for the year so far, including a new memory profiler, improved testing support, and full editing and debugging support for C++.Updates in the release include:- Android Memory (HPROF) Viewer: Android Studio now allows the ability to capture and analyze memory snaps...


Intel-INDE-Lets-You-Develop-iOS-Apps-in-Android-Studio

Intel INDE Lets You Develop iOS Apps in Android Studio


Tuesday, August 4, 2015 by

According to Intel, its new Multi-OS Engine feature of the Intel INDE development platform provides the ability for developers to create native mobile applications for iOS and Android with only Java expertise on Windows and/or OS X development machines.INDE is Intel’s cross platform productivity suite for developing native mobile applications. INDE consists of a number ...


Android-M-Developer-Preview-Hits-Version-2

Android M Developer Preview Hits Version 2


Sunday, July 12, 2015 by

Google has released the first update to the M Developer Preview since its launch. The Developer Preview 2 update includes the up to date M release platform code, and near-final APIs to validate an app. To provide more testing support, Google has refined the Nexus system images and emulator system images with the Android platform updates. In addition to platform updates,...


Google-to-Phase-Out-Support-of-Android-Developer-Tools-(ADT)-in-Eclipse

Google to Phase Out Support of Android Developer Tools (ADT) in Eclipse


Wednesday, July 1, 2015 by

With Google’s emphasis squarely on its official Android IDE - Android Studio - the company has announced it is ending development and official support for the Android Developer Tools (ADT) in Eclipse at the end of the year. This specifically includes the Eclipse ADT plugin and Android Ant build system.With the upcoming deadline, developers should start migrating project...


Google-Releases-Android-M-Developer-Preview

Google Releases Android M Developer Preview


Tuesday, June 9, 2015 by

Google has released the Android M developer preview, offering a clear timeline for testing and feedback plus more updates to the preview build. For the M release, Google reports they have focused on improving the core user experience of and making big changes to the fundamentals of the platform.The M Developer Preview includes an updated SDK with tools, system images fo...


Lots-of-App-Development-Goodies-Announced-at-Google-I-O-2015-Including-Android-M-Developer-Preview

Lots of App Development Goodies Announced at Google I-O 2015 Including Android M Developer Preview


Friday, May 29, 2015 by

A number of new initiatives were announced at the keynote of the 8th annual Google I/O conference as more than 5,600 developers looked on at Moscone Center. The event also was viewed by over 530 I/O Extended communities around the world and millions via the I/O Live stream. During the keynote, Google made a number of announcements that covered the evolution of the ...


Google-Releases-Open-Source-Game-Sample-Utilizing-Google-Fit-and-Android-Wear

Google Releases Open Source Game Sample Utilizing Google Fit and Android Wear


Tuesday, May 12, 2015 by

Google has released Games in Motion, an open source game sample to demonstrate how developers can make games using Google Fit and Android Wear. Games in Motion is written in Java programming language using Android Studio. It was designed to demonstrate multiple Android technologies which include:- Android Wear bridges notifications from a phone or tablet to a paire...


RoboVM-Lets-Developers-Use-Java-to-Build-iOS-Apps-Using-native-UI’s-With-Full-Hardware-Access

RoboVM Lets Developers Use Java to Build iOS Apps Using native UI’s With Full Hardware Access


Thursday, April 2, 2015 by

RoboVM Lets Developers Use Java to Build iOS Apps Using native UI’s With Full Hardware AccessRoboVM has released the first stable version of its coding platform which lets developers reuse Java language and tools skills to build iOS Apps using native UI’s and with full hardware access.RoboVM is setup as a platform with multiple components:- The ahead-of-time (AOT) compi...


Microsoft-Announces-New-Office-365-REST-based-APIs-plus-iOS-and-Android-SDKs

Microsoft Announces New Office 365 REST based APIs plus iOS and Android SDKs


Friday, October 31, 2014 by

Microsoft has announced has announced three new Office 365 capabilities for developers: 1) general availability of new Office 365 APIs for mail, files, calendar and contacts; 2) new mobile SDKs for native app development, and 3) visibility for developers’ apps through the new Office 365 app launcher. The new Office 365 REST-based APIs for mail, files, and calendar ...


Google-IO-Announcements-Include-New-Developer-Services-to-Build-and-Optimize

Google IO Announcements Include New Developer Services to Build and Optimize


Wednesday, June 25, 2014 by

Among other things announced today at Google I/O , is the introduction of new services to help developers build and optimize data pipelines, create mobile applications, and debug, trace, and monitor their cloud applications in production. These include:Google Cloud DataflowCloud Dataflow is a fully managed service for creating data pipelines that ingest, transform and a...


BlackBerry-Offers-Additional-Options-to-Port-Android-Apps

BlackBerry Offers Additional Options to Port Android Apps


Friday, April 11, 2014 by

BlackBerry has announced a new beta for their BlackBerry Tools for Android Development, which offers new features and support offerings.Last October, BlackBerry announced the availability of the second iteration of their Android development tools to port Android apps to BlackBerry 10. This release introduced the BlackBerry ADB Proxy Manager, which allows the ability to ...


Busy,-Busy,-Busy-App-Developers

Busy, Busy, Busy App Developers


Wednesday, June 26, 2013 by

The Summer of 2013 is in full swing now and with the closing of the WWDC, and the Google Developer Conference (I/O), and the starting of the Build Microsoft Conference - we app developers are finding it a bit difficult to keep up with all of the happenings around the globe. From changing API's to new OS's, all the way to enhanced hardware support and 3D game engines, it...


Google-Provides-Early-Access-Preview-of-Android-Studio

Google Provides Early Access Preview of Android Studio


Friday, May 24, 2013 by

Android development using native Java has mostly come in the form of the developer downloading eclipse then grabbing the necessary Android plugins needed to develop in. But now Google is providing developers the opportunity to test drive its new Android development environment based on IntelliJ IDEA which was announced at the recent Google I/O 2013. Simil...


Getting-Started-with-Android-Studio

Getting Started with Android Studio


Thursday, May 16, 2013 by

Android Studio is a new Android development environment based on IntelliJ IDEA. Similar to Eclipse with the ADT Plugin, Android Studio provides integrated Android developer tools for development and debugging. On top of the capabilities you expect from IntelliJ, Android Studio offers:    Gradle-based build support.    Android-specific refactoring and...