Let’s convert your idea from the scratch to a new the fully-tested application
Part 2: Getting to know the app development process inside out.
Who’s going to build your app?
Let’s imagine that you have an idea for a great new app and you have the necessary budget to make it…so now you must choose who is going to develop it. Choose wisely!
Last year was very productive and full of challenging tasks for Railwaymen. We had an opportunity to be involved in many interesting projects and we had many improvements in our company. We have conducted a detailed analysis of the different areas of operations to optimize our processes. We have also introduced innovative solutions for our clients to better match their needs. Their opinions and reviews are always very important for us. We would like to present you our achievements.
Let’s convert your idea from the scratch to a new the fully-tested application. Part 1: The app market and features of a mobile app
Let me guess. As an average user of a smartphone, you have probably dozens of apps. Every day, you spent a generous amount of time on different apps, either going on social media platforms, checking the latest news from all around the world or just making a quick bank transfer through your bank app. At the moment the mobile app market is huge, nonetheless, it is still expanding because people want to make their lives easier…or we just simply enjoy being pampered by an increasing number of eye-catching mobile apps.
At the beginning of December I had an opportunity to attend Droidcon Kraków 2017 – the annual conference focusing on Android development. Two days of lectures divided into three paths gave me a chance to hear about some really interesting topics. If I wanted to cover all the lectures I attended, this article would be really long, so I will focus on the topics that interested me the most.
Let’s imagine the business world without mobile apps. No access to the internet from tablet or smartphone – almost every significant industry as we know would have faced collapse or radical transformation. Mobile apps are so deeply rooted in business so any potential change might bring harmful consequences. Not only financial but most of all, negative social repercussions.
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Most of the iOS applications are often a thin client that provides end-user frontend of your business logic implemented on a centralized, remote server. Thus, prior to implementing core features of your iOS app, iOS developer have to (1) setup communication with a backend server (often as REST requests), and (2) implement persistent storage to keep received data locally.
Last week in Krakow, Poland, one of the greatest events gathering Google technologies enthusiasts took place. The event in question is, of course, Google Developer Days Europe – a conference organized to showcase the hottest topics now in Google. Attendants could hear about the latest mobile, web, and Cloud features during 33 sessions, take part in 16 hands-on workshops, talk to Google Experts, and of course meet a lot of like-minded people.
At the beginning of the 2017 year, we could see the introduction of new display property, display: grid, which introduces two-dimensional grid-based layout system. It has been designed for complicated layouts, where eg. Flexbox with its one-dimensional layout system needs more attention and time to solve problems. In brief, grid consists of the creation of columns, rows, cells, and areas, creating very powerful „matrix like” layout system. Properties of rows, columns which consists of cells are assigned to parent container (wrapper). Grid items are areas, which covers grid cells, are assigned to wrapper children. Let’s see a basic example.