Rather than turn parents into the smartphone police, software companies should be more responsible in how they build and market their products to teens.
Cryptocurrency is no doubt a buzzword to the average consumer, but these potential customers don’t have any idea where to begin the investing process or how to use digital currency. To gain a competitive edge, developers should prioritize the usability of their cryptocurrency apps in order to increase their customer base. Most cryptocurrency applications have sufficient […]
Software performance testing is vital for determining how a system will perform under various loads and conditions. Performance testing does not seek to identify defects or bugs but instead measures performance in relation to benchmarks and standards. It helps developers identify and diagnose bottlenecks. Once bottlenecks are identified and mitigated, it’s possible to increase performance. […]
One of the excellent things about Internet of Things (IoT) is its capability of solving the most common issues that we have around us and one of them is traffic. And the reason I would like to discuss the potentiality of IoT in optimizing the traffic is because today’s world population and the too many […]
Developers must look elsewhere.
The spirit of the Wii lives on.
Launching in 3… 2… 1…
TL;DR: The social network wants to make life easier for developers.
The new changes could make this 6-year-old coding language a contender yet.
That’s a good thing.
A new “Home” app could make smart homes easier for users.
An online tool so easy, even a writer can use it—no coding required.
The company says “reusing” code will make it easy to port existing apps to Windows.
Learn more at Wearable World Congress, May 19-20.
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How to make sure users don’t abandon your app.
iPhone apps: 1, Blockbuster films: 0.
Isolated apps are out; “micro-moments” are in.
Android’s baked-in voice search now works in other apps.
The indie developer may soon be a relic.