As a rule, the process of transferring any business to the Internet happens according to the following scenario: first, the company launches a website, then it is adapted for mobile devices, and if traffic increase is observed it makes sense to gain a foothold among the owners of mobile gadgets, and the company releases an… Continue reading Native or cross-platform application development – What to Choose?
It`s no secret that Java has been number one language for Android development for years and has demonstrated its reliability during that time. However, there is one particular statically typed programming language that is already a success and could question the position of Java as main language for Android in the nearest future. And the… Continue reading Popular debate Kotlin Vs. Java : Pros and Cons of both
Marked as one of the strategic tech trends for 2019 by Gartner, immersive technologies are changing how we interact with the world. Augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR) and virtual reality (VR) are all parts of the mix, but AR on mobile devices is what really poised to democratize and expand this transformation. Mobile AR,… Continue reading 4 Ways Mobile AR Is Building the New Immersive World
We cannot avoid the fact that the world is in the grip of a FinTech revolution. The exponential change of the technological environment that we are experiencing makes financial sector changes more complicated and diverse than ever. How did all this happen? What exactly presents FinTech advantages over the traditional financial sector? As we may… Continue reading FinTech Startups. Who is the next Klarna in the Nordic Sky?
Kotlin - a programming language, developed by JetBrains, the company from St. Petersburg, was announced an official development language for Android at the Google conference. And according to latest reports, a mobile development platform, Kotlin is expected to surpass Java as the primary programming language used for Android apps by December 2018. So why Kotlin… Continue reading Will Kotlin replace Java?