App Development

Atom vs Sublime: Which text editor to choose in 2020?

Developers use Text Editors, also known as code editors, for editing programming code. These editors basically contain features like quick navigation, syntax highlighting, automatic indenting, etc. There are many developers who are writing for the web (JS, CSS, HTML, etc.) using Sublime for Mac. At the same time there are others who prefer programming in …

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Why it is better to partner with a Digital Agency than Freelancers?

Your business is growing and your team is doing their best to meet the tight deadlines and increased workload. You may be exploring the idea of outsourcing some of your web and mobile design and development projects. The next logical question is to outsource to a digital agency, or hire a freelancer? I’m sure you’ve …

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Why it’s a bad idea to ignore older adults from your app demographics

Modern technology has two problems: Devices have too many integrated features and everything is smaller. A good implementation of more-than-what’s-necessary features can give some users an all-in-one experience. While a bad implementation can make it a nightmare to use for an often ignored demographic which is older adults. Who exactly are these older adults: Older …

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Kotlin 1.3.50 | More than just a performance upgrade

Kotlin has emerged as both substitute and supplement to C++ and Java. In 2018, the language had over 96,000 repositories on GitHub and had already reached 1.5M+ users. More than 50% of professional Android developers now use the language to develop their apps. Google claims that this figure will increase dramatically. Since in future Kotlin …

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Google Rolls Out Mobile-First Indexing for Web Content

Google recently announced Mobile-First Indexing after a year and half of extensive experimenting and testing. The search engine giant will start migrating sites that follow best practices for Mobile-First Indexing. Google’s algorithm will now prioritize websites with a mobile version when searched from a smartphone. It will now consider mobile sites as the first node …

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