Android, IT Trends, Java, Open Source, Programming languages, software development

Is Kotlin a new Java for Android?

When creating native apps for Android, you will normally use the Java programming language for your logic. The same way as Objective C for iOS, Java was written long before mobile development took place. Both languages are powerful, fully-functional and effective. But the fact is that they were not optimized for mobile. Why not to… Continue reading Is Kotlin a new Java for Android?

Mobile

Trends in mobile development for the year 2017

Mobile technology and apps development are trendsetters of the whole generation of business-related innovations. Tools techniques are changing rapidly. Still, there are vivid trends in mobile development. Let’s see what the year 2017 has prepared. Small business now in a race Having a web presence has shifted to mobile activity for small businesses. Now it… Continue reading Trends in mobile development for the year 2017

iPhone, Microsoft, Mobile, software development

Smart tattoo – next step and the future of wearables?

Wearable tech devices, such as smart watches and bracelets, have firmly stepped into our everyday life and accompany us in different spheres of life. And who knows, we may soon witness the next tech revolution in the wearable world. Microsoft Research and MIT Media Lab PhD students have teamed up to create the next level… Continue reading Smart tattoo – next step and the future of wearables?

Android, iOS, IT Trends, Mobile

Top Mobile App Development Trends in 2016

Can you spend a day without your smartphone? I can hardly imagine it. Could we imagine about 10 years ago that we would use smartphones and tablets every day, everywhere for almost everything: playing games, ordering taxi, watching tv, ordering food, etc? Possibly, not. The mobile application industry is growing increasingly fast. It`s almost beginning… Continue reading Top Mobile App Development Trends in 2016

Mobile

iBeacon revolution: what is it?

iBeacon is the name used for Apple’s technology that provides location-based services and information to mobile applications on both Android and iOS devices using Bluetooth Low Energy. The beacons themselves are small transmitters that can be placed in stores or specific points of interest, such as museums or airports. Apps installed on mobile devices “listen”… Continue reading iBeacon revolution: what is it?