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4 Must-Know Tools For Effective Android Development

By Vladimir Ivanov on March 24, 2016

4 Must-Know Tools For Effective Android Development

Mobile app development is a long and labor-intensive process. However, businesses these days want to release apps as soon as possible. Fortunately, there are plenty of tools intended for mobile developers to accelerate the pace of their work.

Enterprise System Monitoring:
Solutions for Business Apps

By Sergey Kanshin on March 10, 2016

enterprise system monitoring solutions for business apps

From time to time, every company faces a situation when business applications show low performance or altogether become completely inaccessible. A business application is software that supports a specific business processes of the company and is responsible for the effective processing of usual business tasks.

Top 5 Tools for Creating
Augmented Reality Apps

By Darya Kazovskaja on March 1, 2016

Top 5 Tools for Creating Augmented Reality Apps

When it comes to augmented reality apps, developers can use AR libraries with open-source API to simplify the development process. Nowadays there are numerous AR tools out there which have similar functions. However, each of the AR frameworks differs from the others by its own specific features. Here is an overview of the selected augmented reality frameworks with their advantages and disadvantages.

Android Widget Development: How to Meet Custom Requirements

By Anna Voronova on December 8, 2015

Android widget development - how to meet custom requirements

Today we can hardly imagine an Android device without widgets. Google introduced mobile app widgets for Android 1.5 and reworked them a lot for Android 3.0 and 3.1. Widgets serve as a way to quickly access app information, remotely manage an app, and can also be personalized according to individual user requirements.

The simplicity and popularity of widgets has led to an increase in the demand for the development of customized widgets for Android apps. However, widget implementation is not as easy as it may seem.

Going with MVVM on Android via
Data Binding

By Vladimir Ivanov on December 1, 2015

Going with MVVM on Android via Data Binding

When it comes to the development of complex UI solutions in Android apps, you have to write lots of boilerplate code. For example, when a user enters or receives any data, some View can change their parameters: text, visibility, enable, etc. With complex logic a fragment or activity code gets many setters: setEnabled(), setVisibility(), setText(), etc. These actions increase the size of the code and lead to more bugs as a result.

How I Tried Coding in Python Instead of Java For the First Time

By Evgeniy Ekgardt on October 6, 2015

How I Tried Coding in Python Instead of Java For the First Time

I once read somewhere: “First, you learn a programming language to solve a certain problem, then you realize there's a language better suited for solving this problem, so you learn it as well, but 10 years later you write your own programming language specifically for this problem”.

Android Kiosk Mode: Rules for Restrictions

By Anna Voronova on June 9, 2015

Android Kiosk Mode Rules for Restrictions

Kiosks are everywhere. Of course, we’re not talking about ice cream or lemonade stands here, our post is about interactive information kiosks.

Using Transitions API to Create Android App Animations

By Sergey Grigoriev on May 21, 2015

Create android app animations using transitions api

Despite the high demand and prevalence of animation in mobile apps, developers point out that the process of creating animation for Android OS has always been a challenge. While iOS has long provided useful tools for working with animation, solutions for Android that help optimize developers’ work are relatively new.