Flutter is the new and upcoming cross platform mobile application development platform built and supported by Google. With the increasing number of cross-platform solutions in the market like Xamarin, React Native and now Flutter, we, at Innominds, have updated our skills for our internal proof of concepts (POCs) and advocating them to our customers, as and when required.
How to ensure and develop quality solutions and nip the bugs at the root is an aft discussed problem across product and service companies. Below, is my take on the processes that needs to be followed to ensure quality.
With the abrupt increase in the development methodologies for mobile app development, it has become challenging to choose the right method to develop an application. The current market has plenty of frameworks, technologies, and approaches with a varied number of languages to work and complete that niche mobile app idea.
When it comes to performance, one expects their application’s bundle size to be smaller, faster and simpler. Angular Ivy is a next-generation compilation and rendering pipeline, which reduces the bundle size, loads faster in slower networks and is simple to use. Ivy is still in an experimental phase and is expected to be available in Angular version 8.0. The target date of release version 8.0 is
Introduction Unity3D is a real-time 3D rendering and physics engine, which is used to build 3D interactive applications like games, simulations, Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) applications, etc. Unity came into being in the year 2003 as an engine to develop applications and games on the Mac OS. Today, it has become the de-facto standard to build 3D interactive applications.
Nowadays, we are listening the word IoT in technical industry quite often and it has become a revolution in technology. IoT in manufacturing could generate a lot of business value that will eventually lead to Fourth Industrial revolution that is also known as Industry 4.0.
Every year at I/O, Google reveals extensive quality features to make developer’s life easy and assist them in building quality applications. Last year, at I/O 18, Google introduced new Android Studio Tool features to review design changes at compile time. In this article, we will go through some of those design-time features. Tools Attributes
"By 2020, the average person will have more conversations with bots than with their spouse". *Source: https://www.gartner.com/smarterwithgartner/gartner-predicts-a-virtual-world-of-exponential-change/