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An Introduction to Code Architecture - Possible Mobile

From possiblemobile.com

When you first learn how to code, the goal is just to get something working. Learn the basics of code architecture to ensure your app works in the long run.
Linda Mielcarek's curator insight, Today, 11:13 AM

Jeśli nauczysz się podstaw programowania, na pewno zauważysz ile możliwości daje umiejętność programowania.

The Must-Follow Best Practices for Your Push Notifications

From hackernoon.com

I’ve been working at Carnival.io a while now, and I’ve worked with many fortune 500 companies and startups to help them get set up with push notifications, and advising on their stragies for content…
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Unreal Engine 4 Tutorial for Beginners

From www.raywenderlich.com

In this Unreal Engine tutorial, you will be guided through installing the engine, navigating the interface and creating your first game object.
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Best Practices for Onboarding – UX Planet

From uxplanet.org

Getting people to sign up for the product is tough. It requires a lot of time, energy, and money, yet many products are losing most of those hard-won users immediately after their first-time…
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Bring Magic To Your Mobile App With Deep Learning – Avihay Assouline – Medium

From medium.com

Machine learning is one of the fastest-growing and most exciting fields out there, and deep learning represents its true bleeding edge. Since my days back at the University I was always fascinated by…
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How To Communicate Hidden Gestures in Mobile App

From babich.biz

Gestures, those little movements of finger and thumb that allow user to interact with an app. Touch interfaces provide many opportunities to use natural gestures like tap, swipe and pinch to get things done, but unlike graphical user interface controls, these interactions are often hidden from users, so unless users
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Taking a Huge Leap in a Leap Year. Yalantis 2016 Year in Review

From works.yalantis.com

Our results include released mobile app development projects, our iOS and Android open source components and designs, and other interesting things that happened in 2016
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Supporting App Transport Security - News and Updates - Apple Developer

From developer.apple.com

Get updates, tips, and how-to information on a range of development, App Store, and Mac App Store topics.
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My iOS Development Toolkit 2016 – iOS App Development – Medium

From medium.com

This is a curated list of iOS Development Tools, Websites, Services and Frameworks I am currently using. Feel free to add me on github, twitter, linkedin or xing if you have any questions. If you…
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The 5 Most Common Mistakes UX Designers Made During 2016 | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe

From blogs.adobe.com

Here are some of the most common UX fumbles designers made by following trends during 2016, as well as tips on how you can avoid making the same mistakes in your future projects.
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Best Practices for Cards – UX Planet

From uxplanet.org

Cards are neat little containers for information. They became almost a default option when it comes to balancing clear aesthetics with simple usability. First introduced by services like Pinterest…
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Intelligence in Mobile Applications. – Sadman Samee – Medium

From medium.com

Machine learning is a cool topic nowadays, people are excited about Google Assistant, Apple Siri, Microsoft Cortana, Amazon Alexa, self-driving cars, robots, even apps like Allo, Uber, Snapchat are…
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A Visual Listing Of Many Great Xcode 8 Shortcuts

From maniacdev.com

Bob Lee has put together a list of of many great Xcode shortcuts to help you get the most out of your time in the Xcode 8 environment. Each shortcut complete
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7 Advance App Store Optimization Strategies

From www.appmasters.co

ASO is dead!

You see the same people that said app store optimization (ASO) no longer drove downloads were the same people flooding the App Store with poorly made reskins. They were relying on driving downloads through spamming their app names, but eventually the app stores caught on and started penalizing them for these tactics.

So… as more people moved away from ASO, I started digging deeper. I made a commitment to double down on ASO as a viable strategy to drive downloads.

And it’s paying off…

We’ve been able to increase downloads for our clients by 20–100%. In fact, we had one client where we 5X downloads using nothing but ASO.
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Optimistic UI – UX Planet

From uxplanet.org

Optimistic UIs don’t wait for an operation to finish to update to the final state. They immediately switch to the final state, showing fake data for the time while the real operation is still in…
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Yoshi: Your Loyal Development Companion

From blog.prolificinteractive.com

A debug tool menu that helps you move faster and improve product quality Our teams at Prolific use a variety of helpful debug tools to support application
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Overlook for macOS - Cocoa Controls

From www.cocoacontrols.com

A commandline app that will watch your folder and monitor any changes. When a change occurs, Overlook will execute (or restart) a command you specify. Overlook is platform independent and will work with anything from writing a README file, to developing a service.
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