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Amazing Whats app Success, Whats next big thing on Mobility?

What an astonishing news!! With Facebook acquiring WhatsApp, for a $12bn in Facebook shares $4bn in cash and an additional $3bn in restricted shares, its co-founders – Jan Koum and Brian Acton – have become billionaires. They are the stars of the telecom world more spoken since last week!! Jan Koum has 45 per cent […]

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Why UX is Primary Focus on Mobile Apps

Why UX is Primary Focus on Mobile Apps User experience Design (UX) is a traditional technology that encompasses human and machine interaction designs. It is capable of addressing different aspects of services and products as they are comprehended by the users. In other words, UX can be defined as the individuals aspect to interact with […]

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Best Cross Platform Software Development Kit

There are many smart phones available in the market and therefore SDK’s-Software development kit needs cross-platform access in the mobile market. Operating systems used in these mobiles use iOS to Android and the developers, majority of times need to create applications which are user friendly and also are needed to be applicable to multiple platforms. […]

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Enterprise Mobility and its growth curve

These are the days of flexible work culture. The high growth rate in technology made the offices come closer to an individual, where an office is available in one’s own mobile. Enterprise mobility in simple words is where employees take advantage of mobile devices and cloud computing to work out of the office. Office applications […]

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Mobile cross platform and its advantages

Mobile Cross platform – A Smart choice for Smart phones and tablets. Cross Platform mobile applications are available in the market to meet the demand of gamut of Mobile users in the present-day market. A variety of ubiquitous tablets and smart phone devices are available with a wide array of screen sizes and screen resolutions, […]

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Can Android Kitkat beat iOS 7

Can Android Kitkat beat iOS 7? There is a dilemma on Android Kitkat beating iOS 7. Wherein, each of them having their own pros and cons. Every technology needs to invigorate and proceed further to compete with the market demands and growth. Both Google and Apple are no different from it, every year a new […]

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Augmented Reality Applications for Real Life

Augmented Reality Applications for Real Life Augmented reality is the process of conflating the real world with technology. In the present scenario, augmented reality is dealt with digitally enhanced live video that includes a number of graphics and designs. Users are provided with specially designed goggles to view the screen of the mobile device that […]

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Apple new iOS 7 features

Apple has announced the new iOS 7 software update for the iOS devices at the Worldwide Developer Conference 2013 in San Francisco, USA. The OS comes with a completely new look and feel. And Apple CEO Tim Cook says that it is the biggest change to iOS since introduction of iPhone. Below we have listed […]

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What type of mobile application is best for your company?

Corporate will try to explore better and easiest way to reach their customers, employees or partners using multiple channel.  With the rapid increase of mobile / tablet usage in the world, now corporate cannot ignore this market. Mobile applications are 3 types – HTML5, Hybrid & Native. HTML5 – It is purely written in HTML5, […]

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Responsive Web Designing

Responsive web design is a Revolutionary web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing and scrolling across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones). The world is going mobile, more and more people and moving away from […]

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Pros and Cons of using framework

A framework can be defined as an abstract tool kit to make development easier and faster. It contains a set of predefined function and classes which can be reused. Now a days we can see framework for almost all languages, not only for the server side technologies but the front end development languages like javascript […]

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HTML5 Facebook Login for Android

The goal for app developers is to convert downloads into users – and then drive repeat usage. Obviously conversion efficiency is critical and each incremental step is an opportunity for drop-off. Facebook’s mobile Connect is a huge improvement and significantly better than asking new users to enter account information. There are two important concepts in […]

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Polymer Phones

Mobile technology is ruling the world today, but main barrier to mobile technology is screen size. Average screen size of mobile size is 2.5 inches today. Polymer phones will helps to break this barrier. The main motto of polymer phones is to increase mobile screen average by triplet in size that is up to 5-9 […]

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Nested Fragments in Android

Fragments represent a behavior or portion of UI in an Activity. Fragments are mostly used in tablets to divide screen and utilize screen space in efficient way. With Android 4.2 nested fragments are introduced, with which now you can embed fragments inside fragments. This is useful for a variety of situations in which you want […]

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HTML5 Application Cache

The application cache is one of the poorly understood part of the HTML5 specification with a lot of potential. Web sites/applications consist of web pages that need to be downloaded from a network. For this to happen there must be a network connection. However there are many instances when users cannot connect to a network […]

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Android beyond Smartphones

Consumer Electronics field is very huge and includes lot of electronics products other than mobile and tablets. Current Android application development is based on products like mobile and tablet. After making a successful way through the smartphones now Google Android is making its way to consumer electronics I would like to call it Android in […]

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AWS SDK for Android (Cloud Computing)

Amazon Web Services (abbreviated AWS) is a collection of remote computing services (also called web services) that together make up a cloud computing platform, offered over the Internet by Amazon.com. The most central and well-known of these services are Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3. AWS enables you to eliminate the need for costly hardware and […]

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Android Improved Notifications

Android Jelly bean came with new and improved notifications, with new APIs so developers can make better use of this vital area of the user interface. The first thing you’ll notice with Jelly Bean notifications are they have now increased in size. Not only does that make them infinitely more readable, but in the case […]

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Android 4.2 Interesting Features

1) Multi Users: Android introduced multi user support in its latest flavor of jelly bean (Android 4.2 V2). This feature in only for tablets. Every user can have their home screen, background, their own apps & games including high scores & levels also. And since Android is built with multitasking at its core, so provides […]

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ROBOTIUM – Best Testing Framework for Android

Robotium is a test framework created to make it easy to write powerful and robust automatic black-box test cases for Android applications that are followed during the process of android application development. With the support of Robotium, test case developers can write function, system and acceptance test scenarios, spanning multiple Android activities. The framework is […]

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When a sale happens!

There is an ample amount of frustration, confusion, fear involved when you go through the whole cycle of selling your concept or product. Not a easy job. I have spent years in sales field undergoing various situations & circumstance and almost decided not to take it up as a CAREER, until I got to rejoice […]

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Beginning UICollectionView in iOS 6

Introduction about CollectionView : Collection Views are a powerful new technology in iOS 6 that allow content to be presented using arbitrary layouts & introduce presenting multiple items on the screen using layouts. This feature is most promptly used by the UI design companies in creating the user friendly interface. Collection view used to represent […]

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Why Mobile Strategy?

Mobile is not a strategy. It’s simply another screen on which your business must function. It has drastically changed the way we interact with each other, the way we interact with businesses and brands, and has significantly changed the way we go about our daily lives. Many businesses are experiencing that most of their customers […]

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Animation with collection view

This blog will explain about creating animation with collectionView. Here in this example collectionView contains number of required custom cells. Each custom cell will have border Image & background Image. When we select particular cell, background image of selected cell is hidden & that border will be zoomed to Main view frame with some animation. […]

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Tracking specific regions in UIViews

Imagine we need to get the button touch events for the button which has a image set as below. The image area is in the diamond shape (non rectangle). In normal cases the UIButton events are tracked wherever the user taps inside the button. But what we need is to get the events only when […]

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Image Gallery (photo gallery) tutorial for iOS applications

This article explains how to develop a beautiful image gallery, which will be a reusable component in many of your iOS applications. Note for the Beginners: Assumed that the iOS beginners will have basic understanding on objective c and iOS UI development. If not please follow the apple guide/sample code to begin from here: Image […]

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Android 4.0 – Ice Cream Sandwich

The latest Android Version Andriod 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is coming to Android platform phones and tablets soon. The biggest Android update in ages, Ice Cream Sandwich brings great improvements to the leading smartphone platform, and it’ll get even better as phone makers fill in its gaps. * New look OS UI- Enjoy the great […]

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iOS 6 Orientation quirks and fixes for your iOS apps

From iOS 6 onwards the UI kit has minor changes on how the orientation can be supported in your iOS app. You will see lot of surprises in iPhone application development process when you compile a project which was working well on iOS 5 will not function on the latest iOS SDK 6.0. Recently we had to compile lots of client […]

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