Posts on May 2016

Android Instant Apps: Changing the App development Landscape

Google has announced some pretty interesting things at its I/O conference. Android Instant Apps is one of the things that really got my attention as it is compatible not only with the upcoming Android N but also with older versions of the popular mobile operating system.

But what is Android Instant Apps? This is a feature that will pull bits of Android apps that are published on Google’s Play Store straight to your Android device when you need some functionality that is available in one of those titles. Read More….

Angular-2 – Developers Preview

Angular 2 is a big upgrade from Angular 1. It is a framework for mobile apps and can be used for desktop as well. Like Angular 1, Angular 2 (currently in alpha) is built on a set of concepts that are used throughout the framework and they would be used directly or, indirectly while writing applications.

Angular 2 separates updating the application model and reflecting the state of the model in the view into two distinct phases. The developer is responsible for updating the application model. Angular, by means of change detection, is responsible for reflecting the state of the model in the view. The framework does it automatically on every VM turn. Read More….

Google I/O 2016 Day 3 – Review

The day was bit calm as compared to day 1, but didn’t stop surprising audience. The Google went ahead and revealed more about Project Ara and Project Jacquard, two far-out projects from its ATAP division, on Day 3. This grabbed some heat at conference and google successfully captured them and wrapped this 3 day conference very well.

Creating market for manufacturers, from day 1, googles announcements and future technologies would hit by the fall of this year.

On final day of Google I/O 2016, Google finally released Project Ara- its modular smartphone and Project Jacquard- “connected clothing”, which would be ready by the fall of this year.
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Google IO 2016 Day 2 – Review

Google IO 2016 continued with Day 2 announcements and news about Google Daydream VR. As expected plenty of discussion were on VR, Google Play improvements and Google Cloud and Android Wear updates.

The second day of the show was a bit calmer by design in order to let developers get down into the details of everything that was announced on day 1, but there’s still plenty of newsworthy information out there from day 2.

The big headlines of the day were fresh details on Daydream VR, the final announcement that the Play Store is coming to Chrome OS and as expected Android Instant App stayed star of the 2nd day as well. Read More….

Google I/O 2016 Day 1- Review

The Google I/O 2016 is done for the year. We knew Google I/O 2016 would be hot, but this hot? The conference has been on fire since the keynote kicked off on Wednesday morning, and shows no signs of cooling down.

The Google I/O 2016 was mix of unexpected and expected announcements. There were a ton of cool announcements nestled inside of it that will hit market in soon future. The 8 major highlights of the Google’s I/O 2016 were: Read More….

Facebook’s F8 Conference 2016- Announcements You Need to Know

At Facebook’s Annual F8 conference 2016, Facebook unveiled the future of Messenger, live video, chatbots, artificial intelligence, and Internet-beaming satellites in San Francisco, which was a great success. Zuckerberg also shared a 10-year roadmap for the company that basically consists of Lasers, Virtual Reality, and bots. Zuckerberg foresees the company making VR headsets small enough to look like ordinary glasses. Read More….

Ionic Platform- An Open Source Mobile Development Framework

Since the release of Ionic Platform, it has gained a lot of respect in the hybrid & the mobile development community. Its Git repo has more than 20,000 stars, it is updated almost daily, and the Ionic Forum is fairly active. The Ionic team is working hard to make their framework be as efficient, performance and native feeling as can be. Moreover, it’s free and the fan base and support are growing every day. Currently its version 2.0 is still beta and it is definitely on its way to becoming much more fluent.


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Top 5 Frameworks of PHP – You Should Know for 2016

Development of software applications has been always a complex and a time consuming process. The developer wants to write clean and reusable code, which could help them to develop project smoothly and save their time. The need for a more structured natural way of development emerged and PHP frameworks provided developers with an adequate solution to overcome these developing obstacles.

PHP has evolved a lot since the first inline code snippets appeared in static HTML files. It has become most popular server-side scripting language in the world and has been used by millions of websites today. According to W3Techs survey, PHP is used by 82% of web servers.

PHP High-Ends frameworks helps you to build generic components and you can spend more time to specific tasks and functionality, It’s not easy to decide which framework is best but in this article we have carefully handpicked popular PHP frameworks that can best facilitate and streamline the process of backend web development are:
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