Why Titanium App Development Falls Short

Titanium was developed by Appcelerator as an open source tool to help develop apps on mobile devices. The aim of the company was to make a development kit that was flexible enough to create for both Android and iOS. This is accomplished by using javascript API and allowing the code

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How To Develop A Better UI For A Rails App?

The internet houses all the answers we seek. This celebrated medium is dense and sometimes, chaotic. Nevertheless, I’ve always found the answers I sought. The credit belongs to usability and familiarity. As you hover over your keyboard, all set to type, your fingers will do the work without any

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What & How of Google Assistant

In the past few years, the buzz about conversational experiences and digital assistants has increased. As you can see above, eMarketer is predicting that 87% of B2C marketers in the US will use chatbots and digital assistants in their marketing efforts by 2021. We can see these days that conversational

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Top 10 Responsive Web Design Frameworks

These days, developers should feel challenged to create only apps and websites that will work on all browsers and to use the right framework to allow them to do so. While frameworks are both a personal and practical choice, we've narrowed the wide range of open source responsive frameworks to

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Challenges and Solutions to Mobile App Testing

Today smartphones are ubiquitous. With it the application landscape has undergone a revolution, churning out a large number of applications to keep up with the user's needs and wants. Businesses are increasingly finding it necessary to have an application to remain relevant and connected with their users. Additionally, your user’

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Why SaaS is eating the world

Elevators have changed the way people physically move through buildings. Soon enough, the landscape of most cities was dotted with skyscrapers, made possible due to elevators making top floors desirable. Elevators themselves have evolved. Cranks and levers were replaced with buttons and motion sensors, making elevator operators, redundant. The smartphones

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