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Google Flutter vs Swift, Java and Kotlin

April 24, 2018
Posted in Android, iOS, Swift

Mobile app development has moved toward hybrid apps, using the web stack (HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript,) and frameworks like Phonegap or React Native.

But when it comes to the development of high demand (in terms of performance) mobile apps, using native languages like Swift for iOS and Java for Android is still the way to go. This might change with Googles Flutter framework.

Check out the video:

Thanks!

Stef

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iOS or Android Programming?

February 4, 2013
Posted in Android, iOS, Mobile

Hi, So you’re a young nerd programmer who is trying to decide which direction to go in when it comes to programming for mobile devices, should you learn iOS development or Android? Bottom line: Learn HTML5 and JavaScript development. Some details: At this time, Android is by far the most popular mobile OS with about…

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HTML5 and the Rise of Pragmatism

April 21, 2012

Hey, Anyone who has read anything I’ve written (or watched my video blogs,) knows I can’t stand academics. I was particularly vocal against the early 2000’s Web Standards movement’s zealotry, wherein reality was pushed aside in favor of code purity. These nerds would ignore reality – for example: They would ignore how the most popular…

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Windows is quickly getting replaced by iOS and Android on the Web

December 9, 2011

As a web developer or web designer, you have to mindful of who your audience is when you are putting up a new web site or web application. Back in the 1990’s when I started, you had to consider which web browser but you were pretty safe to assume that people would be visiting your…

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Android Market Share Doubles, iOS Drops In Q3

November 15, 2011
Posted in Android, iOS

Hey Nerds! This just out: Android Market Share Doubles, iOS Drops In Q3 Android’s share of the worldwide smartphone market was 52.3% for Q3, double what it was a year ago, according to fresh data from Gartner. Apple’s iOS dropped on a year over year basis to 15% market share for Q3. The culprit for…

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