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

Rust

Becoming RUSTy is not a bad thing

If you are a techie person, you, of course, know the tradition to write a little program to print the text “Hello, world!” to the screen when learning a new language. So today I would like to say “Hello, Rust!” to relatively new system programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segmentation faults, and guarantees… Continue reading Becoming RUSTy is not a bad thing

ASP.NET

Trends to follow: ASP.NET

For almost 15 years ASP.NET has been one of the best web development technologies and many developers consider it to be the best offering from Microsoft. ASP.Net evolves to bring in better features and functionality, which helps businesses scale better. Each year developers see few new trends that enhances development and shortens the time-to-market the… Continue reading Trends to follow: ASP.NET

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, Swift

Swift: 7 reasons why Objective-C could be left behind

Last year Apple introduced Swift, its own programming language, which was focused on making it easier to build apps. Many reviews have praised Swift as the strong alternative of Objective C and even it will replace ‘C’ for embedded coding on entire Apple platform including Mac, iOS handheld devices, and wearable devices in near future. There… Continue reading Swift: 7 reasons why Objective-C could be left behind