Now that you’ve learned the basic concepts of Fuse, it’s time to put things into practice and build an app. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to develop an app using the Fuse framework. Specifically, you’re going to learn the following:
There’s no shortage of tools when it comes to developing apps that work cross-platform. It originally started with PhoneGap, which then became Cordova. Then came the hybrid frameworks with near-native performance, like React Native and NativeScript. And more recently came Google’s Flutter.
There are several ways to create a mobile application. Do you want to know what the best way is? It depends. What technologies do you have experience with? What platforms are you targeting? How much time do you want to spend building your application?
AWS Amplify is an open source library that enables developers, and in our case Mobile developers, to add a host of valuable functionality to applications including analytics, push notifications, storage, and authentication.
With machine learning, the possibilities for developers are multiplying fast! Get up to speed with Apple’s new machine learning library in our new course, Image Recognition on iOS With Core ML.
Tools, libraries, and services are an important part of every developer’s life, no matter which environment you’re developing for. And React Native is no exception. In this article, I’ll walk you through some of the best UI frameworks, libraries, components, development tools, and web services which will make you a happier and more productive React Native developer.
October 19th is Spirit Day, a day for supporting LGBTQ youth and speaking about against the bullying and harassment they too often face. Here at ThemeKeeper Tuts+, we’re proud to stand against bullying and discrimination of any kind, so we’re going purple to show we stand with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and queer youth.
In my previous post in this series, I wrote about the Model-View-Controller pattern and some of its imperfections. Despite the clear benefits MVC brings to software development, it tends to fall short in large or complex Cocoa applications.
You have worked weeks or months on your first iOS application, and you are ready to submit your masterpiece to Apple’s App Store. How do you do this? Is your application ready for submission? I am sure that some of these questions have entered your mind at one point or another.
If you are a mobile app developer or interested in getting into designing apps and you haven’t heard of ThemeKeeper Elements,this post is for you.
If you want to code a mobile app, you need to know a programming language. But it can be hard to choose the best language (or languages) for a project. There are a lot of options out there, and in this post I’ll help you narrow them down so that you can pick the best.
When you’re first getting started with mobile development, it can be hard to choose a platform. Even worse, each platform has its own set of languages and tools to choose from. So how can you decide?
That was quite the keynote. Don’t you think? Nobody knew what to expect, due to the absence of rumors or leaks. But I think Ispeak for many Apple developers when I say that it was a great keynote.