Working With WebViews

Working With WebViews It’s a different kind of www, but working with WebViews can completely change your development potential.  If you’re an experienced developer but have very little mobile app experience, WebViews might be exactly what you’re looking for. Taking a Step Back: Before diving into this newly hyped up feature, let’s take a second to actually explain what a …

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Google Maps Crashes Around The World

Google Maps Crashes Around The World A few days ago, panic struck apps around the world.  In a nightmarish turn for any developer, every app using Google Maps crashed.  Not just once, but every time it attempted to load Google Maps.  The result being if you launched the Maps SDK on launch, 0% of users could open your app.  Not. …

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Google Looks Ahead With 2020 Vision

Google Looks Ahead With 2020 Vision With 2020 upon us there’s surely been an influx of not only new years resolutions, but new decade resolutions.  Sure, you may have already fallen off on a couple of them, but we’re all looking to make this decade a better one than the last.  Well, resolutions aren’t just for the individual.  Google is …

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The Inside Scoop on Internal App Sharing

The Inside Scoop on Internal App Sharing               Testing your apps is a crucial component in a successful release.  Every time you issue updates to your app you run the risk of introducing bugs that can ruin a user’s experience.  We do what we can with unit and UI tests to check and limit these bugs, but some still manage to slip …

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Android Dev Summit Is Coming!

Android Dev Summit Is Coming! If you’re an Android junky then you’re probably still coming off of this years Google I/O high.  We saw some really cool stuff we can leverage in our apps to create great user experiences.  But the development fun is far from over.  It’s already time to mark your calendars for another big upcoming development conference: …

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