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Introduction to Effects in Xamarin

By Kishore Kumar Vangala In Mobility Posted

Xamarin is an open-source cross-platform for application development which reduces the individual development efforts for different platforms such as iOS, Android, and Universal Windows Platform (UWP).

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The Evolution of Android Camera APIs

By Karthik V Pedamallu In Mobility Posted

The Android camera has evolved over the years to offer multiple cogs and levers to developers to customize the camera viewing and picture-taking experience for their applications.

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Understanding the Power of State Machines

By Srikanth Voonna In Mobility Posted

Think of a state machine as a traffic light. When you are waiting at the red signal, the other two lights (or states) are not active. But, as soon as the green light turns on, the red turns off and the state changes. So, we have our signal to move.

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Introduction to LiveData in Android

By Manimala Gudi In Mobility Posted

Application users expect UI components to respond interactively with the changes and updates in related data for a more interactive and dynamic usage experience. Such changes to the UI make application interaction attractive to a wider audience profile and leaves customers satisfied with a brand’s experience.

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Grow user interaction and engagement with iOS App Clips

By Deepthi Muramshetty In Mobility Posted

The next time you want to order food or book a cab on your iOS device, you may not have to download an entire application, thanks to iOS 14 App Clips.

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Exciting Learnings from Innominds' Experience in Custom Android Builds

By Naresh Kumar Devalapally In Mobility Posted

Over the past two years, we have done some pretty exciting work in custom android builds. As a part of our learnings, we collated the core concepts that we have drilled down to get the expertise. We will be sharing these in a series of blog posts in details. Here is a glimpse of the topics we will cover.

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Navigation Component in Android: Simplifying Navigation for Developers

By Srikanth Gajula In Mobility Posted

The Android team came up with a new navigation system for developers which helps in simplifying complex navigation situations like drawer or button navigation making it fast, easy and efficient. The Navigation component seems to provide an all-in-one developer solution to all the complex problems and for any type of navigation in the android app. While the JetPack Navigation component is a suite

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Application Building Simplified With Data Binding

By Pallavi Naramsetty In Mobility Posted

Do you hate using findViewByIds? Ever felt if there is a better way to access UI XML elements? How about XML files handling simple logic by itself? The solution for it is data binding. It allows you to bind the UI elements in layouts with declarative format rather than programmatically.

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Social Login Using 'Sign-in with Apple'

By Srikanth Voonna In Mobility Posted

Apple has introduced a fast and easy way to sign-in to your applications or websites with its ID. Instead of filling out lengthy forms, verifying email addresses and choosing/remembering new passwords, one can use 'Sign-in with Apple' to set up an account and start using its application. One can implement this functionality in all variants of the application running on native, web and other

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Exploring Flutter Components for Mobile App Development

By Naresh Kumar Devalapally In Mobility Posted

When we started exploring Flutter for cross-platform app development about four months ago, we wanted to explore all the features that Flutter offers. We came up with our own analysis of what works properly and what needs a bit more work. Apart from the obvious advantages that Flutter offers that we’ve mentioned in our earlier blog post, we divided our efforts into three categories:

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