Java has long since left the limelight and Kotlin is taking its place. Technology is moving forward at a tremendous rate and older programming languages are being optimized and replaced. They are faster, more efficient, and have an overall stellar functioning. Hiring Android developers has become every company’s concern since the market stifles and everyone … Continue reading 4 Reasons Why Kotlin Is The Next Gen Aspect Of App Development
Most start-ups are faced with the same question in their initial days – where to begin? This question can have a lot of answers from different perspectives, but when it comes to choosing a platform, it has two options – web or mobile. Depending on the target audiences, start-up business can choose from two alternatives … Continue reading What Start-Ups Should Know About Android App Development Services?
Google recently announced the latest addition to its Android app development tools – the Android Jetpack – which will guide app developers to build innovative apps. The Android Jetpack brings along with it some major advantages, one of them being the ability to run apps on all versions of Android. Here we have put together … Continue reading 5 Things You Need To Know About Google’s Android Jetpack
We have some exciting news for the developers out there! Google has come up with an entirely new version – the Android Studio 3.1 and guess what? It’s loaded with robust features and changes. Speaking in brief, it incorporates the Google Integrated Development Environment or the IDE that is sure to serve immense purposes for … Continue reading 8 Incredible Features To Look Out For In The New Android Studio 3.1
Since the time Android started off as an open source application development platform, Java has practically ruled as the language of choice used. Although the byte code compiling and cross-platform features made this a force to reckon with in programming, the recent times have seen yet another utility rich programming language gaining popularity. This is … Continue reading Should You Go Down The Java Route Or The Kotlin Way For Android App Development?