What Not to do While Developing your Custom Application

The unpredictability of the custom application market is one of the major reasons why building a successful app is so difficult. Going viral is the ultimate dream of every app developer out there. Unfortunately even after years of app analytics , it is almost impossible to pin down what kind of applications work best with[…]

Top 10 paid and Free iPhone Apps, November 10, 2014 by App Store

This week November¬† 10, 2014 top 10 Paid and Free iPhone Apps at App Store: Top Paid iPhone Apps: 1. Five Nights at Freddy’s, Scott Cawthon 2. Minecraft – Pocket Edition, Mojang 3. Heads Up!, Warner Bros. 4. Afterlight, Afterlight Collective, Inc 5. Geometry Dash, RobTop Games AB 6. Buddyman: Kick 2 (by Kick the[…]

Fuse Powered Acquires App Development Platform Corona Labs

The Corona Software Development Kit is a popular tool for game developers across platforms. It is also widely used for developing cross platform applications which run on iOS, Windows and Android. Many games built using Corona have snuck ¬†their way to the top of the iOS and Android App Stores. The Corona SDK offers portability,[…]

Micro Moments : Increasing Productivity in the Workplace

App development for Android, iPhone and Windows has been extensively used for increasing productivity in the workplace. So much so that, almost every department of an industry runs today smoothly thanks to either mobile or desktop applications. But now, the industry has found a new way of getting you to put in those crucial extra[…]

Sencha Space 1.2 : Application Management Platforms

The horizons of Cross Platform app development is broadening rapidly. More and more tools are now available in the market for smoothing and streamlining the journey from the conception of the idea to deployment of HTML5 apps. With HTML 5 application development booming, thanks to the enormous reach it promises and the exciting new tools[…]

Mendix Updates : Is it Time to Embrace Low Code Development Platforms?

Technology constantly finds a way to make your job easier. And if you are an application developer in this era of technological advancement, you will find the amount of effort and time an app demands is reducing exponentially. While it is still too early to say for sure whether this is good or bad for[…]

Windows 10 : The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

As the customary follow up on my article about my expectations and predictions for the new version of the Windows platform, in this column we will be looking at how the platform turned out. I will be reviewing it based on the technical preview Microsoft provided with their October launch of the beta software. For[…]

The Arrival of Android One : Is it Worth All the Fuss?

Earlier this year at the Google I/O, the announcement about Android One, a standardized and cheap smartphone took the fancy of both Android application developers and end users. Android developers saw this move as a big step towards unification of an extremely fragmented platform while users saw it as the arrival of the cheapest smartphones[…]