Topic: fragmentation

Android fragmentation continues to grow

Developers building applications for Android have a plethora of options to choose from when it comes to devices, and that landscape is only continuing to grow. According to a recent report from OpenSignal, 2015 saw 24,093 different Android devices from 1,294 different brands, compared to 18,796 devices from last year. “This year we see a … continue reading

From the Editors: Android developers all revved up and nowhere to code

Android offers more active users, exciting features and platform opportunities today than ever before, but app developers have never been more lost. Within the existing smartphone and tablet market, the OS landscape is fragmented between every Android version from Gingerbread to Lollipop, which currently holds little more than 3% of the pie. Now Google is … continue reading

GitHub data shows an increasingly fragmented programming landscape

New Redmonk report analyzing GitHub trending data tracks language growth, decline and fragmentation since 2008 … continue reading Protection Status