Posts on Apr 2016

Stayclose with Mantra Labs

People working abroad or far from their kin, always worry about the health of their kin and face problems in monitoring their health, especially in times of medical needs.

The Bengaluru-based predictive analytics startup Touchkin with its Stayclose app has made it possible to stay connected to your kin. The application helps you to predict the medical needs of your close family, track and monitor their health from abroad while they are in India or far from you. Read More….

7 Important Points To Consider Before Developing A Mobile App


Are you developing an application? Don’t you know what must be considered before starting?

Let’s start with an example – You have an idea to develop an application but you don’t know whether it actually will get good response from users or not. The first step is that your idea should be unique that has never been implemented previously.

Even if you develop an app that has never been developed, what is the guarantee that users will download and use? Even if they download what are the possibilities of using your app in a right way? Read More….

Android Studio 2.0 features- Developers Preview

Android Studio 2.0 is the fastest way to build high quality, perform-ant apps for the Android platform, including phones and tablets, Android Auto, Android Wear, and Android TV. As the official IDE from Google, Android Studio includes everything you need to build an app, including a code editor, code analysis tools, emulators and more. This new and stable version of Android Studio has fast build speeds and a fast emulator with support for the latest Android version and Google Play Services. Read More….

Google’s Material Design for Android- Trends You Must Follow in 2016

Material Design is a Latest design language developed by Google. Material Design makes more liberal use of grid-based layouts, responsive animations and transitions, padding, and depth effects such as lighting and shadow.

Material Design is a Google’s conceptual design philosophy that outlines how apps should look and work on mobile devices. It breaks down everything — such as animation, style, layout- and gives guidance on patterns, components and usability.  According to Google: “We challenged ourselves to create a visual language for our users that synthesizes the classic principles of good design with the innovation and possibility of technology and science. This is material design.” Read More….

LAMP vs MEAN Stack: Business and Developer Perspective

The simplicity of MEAN (MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, NodeJS) stack is galloping the most popular, free of charge, open source, web development stack LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP, Perl or Python) stack and even Windows is facing a viable threat and adversary.

MEAN stack is gaining worldwide popularity and it is begging the question of whether or not this is the end of LAMP? While, simplicity and common structure of MEAN makes your life easier. But one cannot deny that LAMP still holds the most popular choice for web development. LAMP provides an adequate alternative to commercial packages and works as a bundle of software programs that provide the necessary platform to develop and implement web-based applications and servers. LAMP offers one of the most effective and popular ways of developing enterprise level web applications because of its flexibility, customization and cost effectiveness. Read More….