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Developing Mobile Apps For Multiple Platforms: What Are The Best Practices?

With the increasing use of smartphones, mobile apps are a primary source of social outreach, outward engagement, communication – personal and business – and even shopping. It’s hard to imagine a scenario now where mobile devices are not in some way playing a part. Their ubiquitous nature is both a boon and, in some ways an imposition. But, like them or love them, as a developer…
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5 Ways To Make Use Of AI In Your Windows And Mobile Apps

AI is one of the most significant trends in the app development industry. We can witness that artificial intelligence is coursing into every regular activity of ours whether it is medicine, finance, production, cyber security through mobile and desktop applications. In…

Creating Your First Native Mobile Apps For iOS And Android

Market trend data clearly shows that mobile is now the dominant platform for end-user engagement, with Android being the market’s largest platform today. As a result, having a mobile strategy in place as part of a comprehensive software vision is more important than ever. When looking to develop a mobile application, a number of key considerations come into play, (Covered in the White Paper…
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Easily Add Visually Stunning FMX And VCL Styles To Your Windows And Mobile Apps

When I started programming with Delphi 7, my applications were stunning because of the wide variety of VCL styles. I liked the idea of just loading the style file and you are good to go. At this moment, creating dark and light mode for the applications is crazy. But, if you are developing applications in Delphi or C++ Builder, you have no problem! Most of the time, other students were…
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Touch-Friendly Navigation for Mobile Apps

Over 20% of users abandon an application after using it the first time (per Localytics). How can you design your mobile app to avoid being one of these casualties? Start out by designing your application with mobile in mind. You can’t just replicate your desktop application and expect it to make sense on a smaller form factor. Each platform already has existing patterns your users are used to…
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