Topic: app development

Apple to reduce commission for small businesses with new App Store program

Apple announced a new program designed to reduce app store commission 15% for small businesses earning up to $1 million per year.  The new App Store Small Business Program will benefit the vast majority of developers who sell digital goods and services on the store, providing them with a reduced commission on paid apps and … continue reading

Google Firebase adds new building blocks to accelerate application development

Google is updating its mobile platform Firebase with new building blocks to accelerate app development. The company made a number of announcements at its Firebase Summit 2020 this week. “Over the past few months, we’ve seen that apps not only improve the way we live, they also enhance our ability to adapt to change. In 2020, … continue reading

Google updates Firebase to improve app experiences

Google’s mobile development platform Firebase is getting a number of updates today focused on building better apps, improving app quality and growing businesses. “At Firebase, our mission is to help mobile app teams succeed, which means having the capabilities to support companies and teams of all sizes and complexity. In the last couple of years, … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: Why developers use Kintone’s low-code platform to save time building apps

Apps are a permanent feature in the life of an enterprise employee. In an age where work no longer ends at the office door, apps are the tool that keep people wired into their business no matter where—or what device—they dial in from. What this means for the developer is two-fold: first, that there’s a … continue reading

Report: Can Kotlin compete with Java?

Java continues to dominate the programming language space for developers, but a new report reveals that Kotlin may soon knock it out of the top spot for mobile development. Packt released the results of its 2018 Skills Up report designed to look at the trends and tools software developers are using today. The 2018 Skills … continue reading

NativeScript 4.0 released

Progress announced the latest version of its open-source framework for cross-platform, native iOS and Android app development at its annual conference ProgressNEXT in Boston this week. NativeScript 4.0 is designed to ease mobile development with a new streamlined development workflow, support for advanced navigation scenarios and deeper integration with Vue.js. According to the company, 70 … continue reading

NoSQL, data governance and the rise of the application developer

Application developers, your day has come. You are inhabiting a new world of development, where the business calls on you to create solutions that tend to be real-time and mobile. Digital transformation and developing unique applications are now core to driving the business forward. Essentially, application development has become the business. The focus on delivering … continue reading

App development tool provider Fuse joins open source community

Fuse is joining the open-source world with the release of Fuse Open. Fuse is a cross platform mobile app development tool suite that supports Android and iOS applications. With the release of Fuse Open, the entire platform, tooling and libraries are now available as free and open source. The team will be removing the paid … continue reading

Google’s secure domain for apps now available

Google has announced Google Registry’s newest top-level domain (TLD), .app, is now available. The .app TLD was designed for apps and app developers, and features security measures that enable developers to showcase apps to a broad audience. According to the company, having a memorable .app domain name makes it easy for users to find and … continue reading

Using hybrid mobile to your advantage

It is no longer a question of “should I build a mobile app?” Digital businesses have begun to realize mobile app development is necessary to not only stay competitive, but to achieve customer satisfaction. Customers are accessing information on a huge variety of devices, and have come to expect a high-quality, mobile-friendly user experience. “Consumers, … continue reading

Apple wants developers to start transitioning to 64-bit apps

Apple developers should start transitioning their applications to support 64-bit. With the release of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, Apple will start warning users if they launch an app that doesn’t have 64-bit support. According to the company, if a user sees this alert, it means that the application is not optimized for their system. All … continue reading

Analyst View: IoT needs ordinary applications too

Let’s imagine… Jump a few years into the future. All the hoopla about IoT is history. A lot of equipment comes with network interfaces. The software embedded in the equipment uses resources on the network to get its job done. Imagine a new machine being installed in a factory. It’s in position, the mechanical setup … continue reading

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