Mobile apps are a dominating division of the digitized world. From entertainment to IT, businesses are perceiving their importance and making them a part of their success endeavours. However, the intent behind having a mobile app for business may vary and range from service usage to revenue generation, or simply getting user engagement.
You’re a sailing ship, propelling from Colombia to Panama. The suns and stars, the winds and currents dictate your position. There is a trained crew that can handle unexpected events throughout the voyage. The flow of journey can’t be predicted at its outset but you can dynamically respond to the situations. You move with a strategy, a tactical ideology, no operational plan but still there is high success rate. That’s how Agile methodology for mobile app development works.
Google’s annual developer conference finally kicked off with a two hour keynote session and it smartly gave a sneak peak at what Google has in store for the Android developers. Addressed by CEO Sundar Pichai and executives, the I/O unfolded upcoming plans about Android, virtual reality, voice based digital assistant, image based recognition, and much more.
.NET has made building dynamic websites a breeze. A mastery over the controls and understanding of the environment of this open source framework helps developers build scalable applications using fewer codes. ASP.NET is exclusively server-side and is language-independent by allowing the developers to choose from one out of many languages that target ASP.NET framework. So now you have deployed your application with ASP.NET and checked all the boxes before doing so.
In the dawn of a technological era, mobile apps for medical and health care is no out-of-the-blue concept. From physicians to patients to clinics, these apps are embraced for diagnosis, monitoring, treatment, and delivery of care. Considering the upsurge of smartphones and consumer interest in improving their health, there is a consequential opportunity to present mHealth solutions in more innovative ways. While development has got huge dependency upon the technologies available, half the job is done when framing the medical app development idea.
To quote Eben Pagan, an entrepreneur and business thought leader, “You can’t convince anyone of anything. You can only give them the right information, so that they convince themselves”. You may not know who Eben Pagan is, but you would definitely agree that he makes a valid point through that quote. When you consider ReactJS and its increasing popularity among the developers, you would accept that it is because of the remarkable features of this technology. Naturally, you would want your customers to take advantage of this technology.
Let’s imagine that one fine day you wake up as Captain America. An interesting proposition, isn’t it? In all probability, you would be excited to protect the world from the baddies. But what happens if you discover that you don’t have Captain America’s cool shield that acts as his primary offensive and defensive weapon? Chances are that you would feel all at sea even while being a superhero. This just goes on to prove that having the nametag of a superhero and the intention to do good is not enough, you also need the right equipment to attain your objective.
The constant need to improve user-experience is keeping developers on their toes and making them adapt to new technologies and trends that will deliver better results. One such technology that is attracting everyone’s attention due to its impressive features is the React JS. Its popularity can be gauged by the fact that even major apps like Facebook, WhatsApp, Netflix, and Instagram are making use of the React JS. So what makes React JS a preferred technology to develop kickass web and mobile apps? We list down 8 top reasons in support of it.
It is no rocket science that anything that Facebook does with its products makes a difference to everyone, especially marketers and developers. Now it doesn’t matter whether it is introducing a new product, acquiring one, or modifying something from its current portfolio of products. And the perfect place to get the scoop of what the social media giant has been up to and what is in the pipeline is Facebook’s annual F8 developer conference.
The adoption of mobile technology has grown exponentially in every aspect of our life. Just to put this in perspective, the number of mobile phones sold globally every day is much more than the number of babies born in a day. If a recent Millward Brown study is to be believed, people spend an average of 147 minutes a day on their smartphone and 91% of adults have their mobile device within their arm's reach 24*7.