Topic: native apps

Angular lets developers share code between web and mobile apps

Angular’s dream of being able to share code for web and mobile apps is becoming a reality today with a newly announced solution. The team announced developers can now build web and mobile apps once with Angular and NativeScript, instead of having to build both a web and native mobile app. According to the team, … continue reading

Flutter release preview 1 now available

Google’s mobile SDK for creating native applications is one step closer to its 1.0 release. They announced Flutter Release Preview 1 this week. According to Google, this release signals a new phase of development for the SDK. “The shift from beta to release preview signals our confidence in the stability and quality of what we … continue reading

SD Times GitHub project of the week: Hadouken

Developers can build web apps with all of the hooks and functionality of native by exploring Hadouken, a new open-source project based on OpenFin’s core technology. OpenFin technology is a common layer that allows applications to be deployed and updated instantly, securely, and in a way that applications can work together. As of yesterday, OpenFin … continue reading

SD Times GitHub project of the week: Lottie

Airbnb wants to make it easier for developers to add animation to their native applications. The company is open-sourcing Lottie, a mobile library designed to render animations in real time. Lottie is available for iOS, Android and React Native. “In the past, building complex animations for Android, iOS, and React Native apps was a difficult … continue reading

Appmobi Protection Center launched, Sauce Labs taps into Sumo Logic machine data analytics, and Apigee Edge API’s new capabilities—SD Times news digest: July 28, 2016

Appmobi today announced the launch of Appmobi Protection Center, a mobile security solution that detects and resolves attacks at an app level. Appmobi Protection Center was built to defend against threats like code injections, login attempts, and reverse engineering, the company said. The protection center gives IT teams the ability to define actionable rules so … continue reading

NativeScript 2.0 brings mobile strategy options for AngularJS developers

Progress announced the latest release of the open-source framework NativeScript today, allowing developers to build native mobile apps with JavaScript on all major mobile platforms. NativeScript 2.0, which is open source and backed by Telerik, allows Angular developers to write native mobile applications for Android and iOS using Google’s Angular 2 JavaScript framework. Developers can … continue reading

What’s your mobile development strategy?

Mobile apps unleash a world of capabilities. Commonly used to bond with family and friends through social media and picture-sharing, as well as to pass time with games, they also provide businesses and organizations the ability to work and collaborate on-the-go with a variety of productivity tools, such as Microsoft Office Mobile. They allow us … continue reading

Xamarin Redefines the Mobile App Lifecycle With the Xamarin Android Player and New App Monitoring Service, Xamarin Insights

SAN FRANCISCO– Xamarin, the company with more than 750,000 mobile developers delivering mission-critical enterprise and consumer apps, today announced major expansions to their product lineup that radically improve how developers build, test and manage apps. At the company’s global developer conference, Xamarin Evolve 2014, the largest cross-platform mobile development event in the world, the company … continue reading

Should developers opt to code for Web or native apps?

Ever since Apple created the iOS ecosystem, countless developers moved to focus their energies on the mobile world. As a result, more and more content is being consumed and more apps are being used as routine parts of people’s daily lives. It seems mobile is dominant in every way. However, according to Web analytics company … continue reading

SD Times news digest: September 3, 2014—Project Kulla’s Java REPL tool, and coding boot camp for military vets

Project Kulla may add REPL to Java Changes big and small are on the way in Java 9, and a new OpenJDK project aims to add a Read Evaluate Print Loop to the list. Project Kulla, named after the ancient Mesopotamian and Babylonian god of building and architecture, is designed to create a REPL tool … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Developers can now charge for HTML5 Web apps in the Amazon Appstore

Amazon announced a change that allows developers to price HTML5 apps just like their native coded counterparts … continue reading

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