You can fully reuse skills and code from the web to build beautiful, high performance native mobile apps without web views. NativeScript features deep integration with Angular 2, the latest and greatest (and fastest) Angular framework.
If you’re a modern developer, then you use JPG files. Doesn’t matter if you’re a web dev, mobile dev, or some weird sysadmin who just sends around memes all day. JPGs are a part of your job, and critical to the experience of the users who benefit from that work.
It is fun to plant and harvest new crops in my garden, but I’ll eventually wake up to a mess if I don’t regularly weed. While each weed isn’t a problem by itself, they combine forces to choke the system. Working in a weed-free garden is a productive pleasure. Codebases are like this too.
The power of SVGs lies in their flexibility to adapt to any size while remaining crisp and sharp. This makes them perfect for responsive web design and, since users can zoom in without sacrificing quality, meaningful from an accessibility-centered point of view.
You're bombarded with reports all over the web that users tend to spend way more time on their phones and especially in apps (rather than surfing the web using their phones) and you decided that it's time to learn how to make an app.
What animation tool do you recommend? There is no right answer. It's a complicated question and complicated answer. This post serves to clarify what to use, and when, to get you working with the right tool for the job.
From Ericsson Mobility Report released mid last year(June 2015), Africa’s mobile subscribers stand at a little less than half a billion.
Africa reports experiencing the highest growth globally. Three-quarter of the global subscription growth came from Africa and Asia jointly.
Developer tools are a collection of software that makes life easier for developers. Traditionally, we’ve thought of them primarily as the IDE, linter, compiler, debugger, and profiler.
Any software engineers reading this will nod quietly in recognition. This is exactly the kind of thing that happens when you try to build something complex that hasn't been attempted before. A series of independently sound design decisions can lead to catastrophe. Doubly so when the original requirements contain special cases.