Which Mobile Platform Should I Support?

By yuez | February 22, 2018 |

Differences between 4 Major Mobile Platforms There are several mobile platforms to choose from, and you may be confused about which is the best for you. Therefore, we create this article to help you better understand the differences between these platforms. If you need more support, please contact us. Our consultants will help you identify … Continue reading “Which Mobile Platform Should I Support?”

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7 Reasons You Need a Mobile App

By yuez | February 21, 2018 |

The reasons you need a mobile app for your business. Almost every business can benefit from better, more focused, and engaging communication with customers, clients, and employees. Leveraging the power of mobile technology could be just what you need to break through to an entirely new level of professionalism to grow your business and take … Continue reading “7 Reasons You Need a Mobile App”

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In the search for a Search Bar

By teamprinceton | August 8, 2016 |

The Wiki say’s, a search box or search field is a graphical control element used in computer programs, such as file managers or web browsers, and on web sites. A search box is usually a single-line text box with the dedicated function of accepting user input to be searched for in a database. Search boxes … Continue reading “In the search for a Search Bar”

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HTML5 web app VS native mobile app VS hybrid mobile app

By teamprinceton | May 20, 2016 |

In this blog we will look into the differences between native, mobile and hybrid mobile applications. We will start by looking into native mobile apps, which are the conventional mobile apps. We will then look into web apps, which are written in HTML and are run using the browser. Then we will look into hybrid … Continue reading “HTML5 web app VS native mobile app VS hybrid mobile app”

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How to append version name in Android apk file name using Gradle?

By Buddha Saikia | |

You might want to append your app version name in the name of your app’s apk. Specially, when you release your app frequently. Doing this you can distinguish the apk files easily. You may try the following two ways to include the version name in apk name automatically. Open build.gradle file inside project’s module and … Continue reading “How to append version name in Android apk file name using Gradle?”

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How to enable strict mode debugging – Android Studio

By Buddha Saikia | February 26, 2016 |

StrictMode is a developer tool which can be used to detects errors that are very hard to identify. Generally it detects things you might be doing by accident. StrictMode is a handy way to catch accidental disk or network access on the application’s main thread. You can make much smoother/responsive UI, prevent ANR dialogs from … Continue reading “How to enable strict mode debugging – Android Studio”

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Eddystone VS iBeacon

By teamprinceton | February 19, 2016 |

With the launch of Eddystone in July 2015, google has finally addressed the long awaited challenge of creating a robust android development tool using beacons. This move by google is considered by many as a showdown between Google and Apple. Some even consider Eddystone as a rival to Apple’s iBeacon. We cant blame them, as … Continue reading “Eddystone VS iBeacon”

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Useful keyboard shortcuts of Android Studio (Windows)

By Buddha Saikia | February 8, 2016 |

Hi there! Here is a list of some useful keyboard shortcuts of Android Studio which will save your time while coding- Name Shortcuts Find Class CTRL+N Find File CTRL+SHFT+N Delete Line Ctrl+Y Reformat Code Ctrl+ALT+L Project Quick Fix (Constructors, Getter, Setter, equals, hashCode, toString etc) ALT+INS Jump to Line Number Ctrl+G Rename and Refactor Shift+F6 … Continue reading “Useful keyboard shortcuts of Android Studio (Windows)”

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How to skip android source code while debugging in Android Studio

By Buddha Saikia | January 9, 2016 |

Hi there, are you facing any trouble while debugging your app in Android Studio? For example, each time you debug an application it drops you in the source code of API. But in most of the cases you do not want to debug library’s API! You may achieve this by doing the following steps- Go … Continue reading “How to skip android source code while debugging in Android Studio”

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How to add a Retry button in Snackbar

By Buddha Saikia | January 1, 2016 |

[fusion_text] Snackbar is one of the most interesting component added in material design. We can use this as a toast message or as a toast message with an action button. In most of the applications we see a “Retry” button in Snackbar when the application unable to reach the internet. The same can be implemented … Continue reading “How to add a Retry button in Snackbar”

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