Everything that you need to learn Fluter, Learning, Beginners to Professional, tools, packages, videos, books, and much much more, sources, Github & and many more! Flutter Course Resources Section 1: Introduction to Cross-Platform Development with Flutter and Dart Download the Course Syllabus 132 Cornell Note Taking System – App Brewery Template 65 Section 2: Setting Up for […]
Android and Chrome OS may be Google’s best-known software ventures, but the company is actually working on a third operating system. It’s called Fuchsia, and when it was first discovered in 2017, it only popped up as a single command line. Now, however, we know a lot more about the operating system. Fuchsia looks totally different than […]
Android: Android’s smartphone share will hover with around 85% throughout the forecast. Volumes are expected to grow at a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.7% with shipments approaching 1.36 billion in 2022. Android average selling prices (ASPs) are estimated to grow by 9.6% in 2018 to US$258, up from US$235 in 2017. IDC expects […]
Say you want to use a new app, but you notice it asks for a gazillion permissions. How cool would it be to be able to run that app in a sandbox where it would run correctly but would have no access to your personal data? You may want to use WhatsApp but in a […]
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Apple has made a lot of advertising about its focus on data security and user privacy. Encryption ensures data security as long as you protect your devices with a password, PIN, fingerprint, or facial identification. No one should be able to access the contents of your iPhone without having access to your password and that’s […]
Google just released the first Android P preview. Here are the 6 biggest features so far Surprise! Google released on 8 March 2018 the first Android P preview, well ahead of its full unveiling at Google I/O in May. The build is strictly meant for developers, but it already contains an interesting glimpse of what’s to come. You can […]
According to recent studies, just 26.4 percent of users who visit a page in an app store today will install an app. The other 73.6 percent is lost to the developer and don’t even try the app. Among the ones who install it, an average of 80 percent is lost in the following 90 days.