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04Jun2014

Tips To Publish iOS Apps Successfully

This step-by-step guide to configuring, building, and submitting your app for App Store publication explains in detail how to create and install a distribution provisioning profile, use Xamarin Studio to create a distribution build, and use iTunes Connect and the Xcode Archive Tool to submit an application to the App Store. The three-step process of
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10Mar2014

iPhone App Design Trends for 2014

Few years back iPhone application development got popular making a large number of people aspiring to become iPhone application developers. Many developers tried building iOS applications, but the result was disappointing, so today we have lots of iPhone apps that are nothing but waste. People have downloaded them, used once and then uninstalled because of
  • 10 Mar, 2014
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24Jan2014

How Mobile Technology Enhances Interaction: Parent-Teacher, Teacher-Student & Parent – Student

Children today, regardless of socioeconomic background and country of origin, are 21st century learners. Both parents and teachers are realizing educational value of mobile phones, as new features have made these devices relevant to education. Mobile technology is now a way to capture and sustain children’s interest in learning, so that they have the necessary
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09Dec2013

Why mobile apps for conferences are a “must have”?

In the last few years we are witnessing how most of the major conferences and trade shows have their own iPhone, iPad or Android apps. Those apps serve as orientation on site providing exhibitor catalogue and interactive maps, seminar and conference overview or MySchedule functionalities. But their function doesn’t end here. They are also great
  • 9 Dec, 2013
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05Dec2013

Why are hybrid apps most challenging to test?

Mobile testing is a critical measure in the mobile application development process as it ensures that a quality product is delivered to the end user, but also it’s a measure of how well requirements were adhered to and is a continuous learning tool for process improvements (e.g., how do we avoid these bugs in the
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07Nov2013

Afraid to upgrade your iPhone to iOS 7? The 15 reasons why you shouldn’t be

According to Forbes, Apple sold 9 million iPhones over the weekend and 200 million devices have already been upgraded to iOS 7 which makes it the fastest software upgrade in the history, and probably the most controversial one taking into consideration the magnitude of criticism iOS 7 faced upon its release to the public. Although
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07Nov2013

Challenges and opportunities that iOS 7 presents to developers

As of September 18, the long awaited iOS 7 has been available for download to iPhone and iPad users. Many were stunned with the magnitude of changes that are to be found in the new Apple’s operating system, from the user interface design and the overall user experience. For developers this means that textures, colors,
  • 7 Nov, 2013
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