Tag: Android

Top insights from the 2018 Google I/O Keynote

Google I/O 2018 was an impressive display of Google’s commitment to innovate their array of products, with improvements ranging from subtle software updates to a brand new hardware product with the Google Smart Display. Consumers and developers alike will surely be impressed with Google’s latest line of updates as they continue refreshing their product line…

The Real Business Value Behind Xamarin

Since the days of the personal computer battle between Windows and Macintosh, software companies have been faced with a difficult choice. Develop separately for both platforms with two separate teams at twice the cost or pick only one platform to support. Neither of those choices have ever been appealing. The difference with the platform battle…

Game-Changing Innovations in Mobile Testing Automation

The definition of “mobile” as we once knew it is changing – going beyond smartphones and tablets, apps are now being incorporated into cars, wearable devices and home appliances. As mobile apps become increasingly integrated with a variety of connected devices, the process of testing these applications is becoming more complex. Not only must each…

Integrating Xamarin.Forms with Native Development Workflows

Building a team that can efficiently deliver high quality Xamarin C#, Android Java, and iOS Obj-C/Swift apps comes as a daunting task to most companies that attempt to offer all three development approaches. Thoughts of different tool sets, programming languages, and even testing practices are points organizations often weigh when choosing either to go 100%…

Top Insights from the 2016 Google I/O Keynote

The 2016 Google I/O Conference proved Google’s commitment to providing solutions that continue to blend technology into users’ daily lives. As in recent years, Google presented new technology offerings with the intent of giving developers access and the ability to continue improving products in an open environment. With their visions seemingly driven by artificial intelligence…