Flutter is Google’s new open-source mobile software development kit (SDK) that allows native apps to be built on both iOS and Android from a single codebase. We take a look at the nuts and bolts of Flutter, how it differs from its competitors, and put to some real-world tests.
In this blog, we’ll examine the main differences in the way React and Vue work and the core ideas behind them. Our intention is not to make comparisons of each technology’s popularity, job prospects, or documentation. Rather, we’ll compare them from a technical perspective.
Cloud-first or cloud-native solutions will eventually affect all of us in every technical role we have. Getting cloud certified offers a glimpse into what your career will be like in 5 years when all of this is the new normal, whether it is AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud.
More and more people are turning to automation testing in their projects during the development lifecycle. Our framework serves as a template for new projects that saves a lot of time and headaches up front.
Starting a new mobile app on both iOS and Android today? There are many frameworks to consider, and they all come with their own pros and cons. Read on for a detailed comparison of Native SDKs, React Native, Xamarin, Xamarin Forms, and Cordova.
The release of iOS 11 gave developers better tools to create more powerful applications with streamlined experiences. From UIViewPropertyAnimator to natural language processing, Apple continues to demonstrate its commitment to excellent user experiences in its operating system.