One of the key ideas of Groovy is to help Java developers be more productive, so why not bring it to Android? Luckily, Cédric Champeau has done exactly that with this Gradle plug-in on available on GitHub.
For native, hybrid, and web applications, this article will serve as a comparison between the three mobile app types. In addition to the comparison information, you’ll also get a snapshot of the industry use cases and current trends around native, web, and hybrid apps.
The Telerik team is announcing today the most significant update to the Telerik Platform since its introduction. The update brings support for writing native apps using a new cross-platform framework called NativeScript™, as well as a variety of other new tools and updates.
If you've been tracking the progress of AOSP's development and the move toward Android 4.5, you may have noticed some concerning developments: write access to /system is being limited. This has some serious implications.
Windows has been running on the majority of PCs for many years now. Microsoft successfully translated its client monopoly into a stronghold server position. However times are changing and it is no surprise that the new CEO of Microsoft is a Cloud expert. Cloud can make Windows irrelevant.
Last week, Android Studio 0.6.0 was released. This release sounds like a pretty simple one, focused mostly on adding support for version 0.11 of the Android Gradle Plugin and for IntelliJ's latest 13.x fixes. According to the release announcement, everything changed was behind the scenes.
This post will show how to automate the deployment process of a Android Application using Jenkins Continuous Integration – to build the project, run the unit tests (if any), archive the built artifacts and run the Android lint reports.
Mobile development has become a ubiquitous part of the software industry, and most developers understand the central dilemma organizations face when building a mobile app: cross-platform development. What options exist for deploying an app to multiple platforms simultaneously?
In the last post we talked about the conception how to make distributed system auto-scalable. It will be a design pattern for distributed system in auto-scalability. In this post we introduce 2 examples to explain it. We will talk about node elastic in next post.
Although the cases study is focused on the Connected Car, I'd encourage anyone interested in API Security in general to attend the webinar. Sebastian Mennicke, Senior Consultant at IC-Consult, is an expert on API security and he will be talking about how APIs are secured, including details of OAuth 2.0 in action.