Developers, start your engines. Google finally unveiled version 1.0 of Flutter at their Flutter Live event in London yesterday. Flutter, which has gone through six different updates since it was announced as an early alpha at Google's I/O conference in the summer of 2017, has already been used by companies across the world to create useful apps.
Flutter has helped thousands of developers create easy-to-use apps for both iOS and Android, Google said, and it has already been used... Read More »
India's app economy is blossoming. In 2017, India outpaced the US as the world's No. 2 market in app downloads with 12.1 billion. The country is forecasted to have 37.2 billion app downloads per year by 2022, according to App Annie. And, 97 percent of India's smartphone users rely on apps over browsers and websites.
All of this makes it a prime spot for future app development.
"With the increase in better Internet connectivity like 3G and 4G network[s], the... Read More »
Apple's announcement of MacOS 10.14 Mojave came with the news that a few of Apple's in-house iOS apps were being ported to Mac. The first four apps available on Mojave are Apple News, Stocks, Voice Memos, and Home. At WWDC 2018, Apple also said third-party developers could start porting their apps in 2019.
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As the platform where so many of the world's developers build today's apps, GitHub has an outsized influence on the code that gets made. With Microsoft buying GitHub for $7.5 billion, people are naturally going to ask how this will impact the future of software.
SEE: GitHub: A cheat sheet (TechRepublic)
In its official statement about on the acquisition, Microsoft asserted, "GitHub will retain its developer-first ethos and will operate independently to provide an open platform for all developers in... Read More »
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At the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco today, CEO Brian Krzanich had a lot more to show off than the CPUs and hardware that Intel is known for. With desktop PC sales flat at best for the past several years, Intel demonstrated that it's spreading into unexpected territory. The eclectic mix of prototypes and partnerships made for an interesting 90-minute presentation. It looks like Intel is preparing to go head-on against Qualcomm and ARM in the mobile space,... Read More »