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:
Mobile coders have been taking advantage of Google’s Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS) platform Firebase Realtime Database for many years, helping them focus on building features for their apps without having to worry about the back-end infrastructure and database. By making it easy to store and persist data in the cloud and take care of authentication and security, Firebase allows coders to focus on the client side.
Back in 2012, Apple introduced iCloud alongside iOS 5. At the same time, the company announced that developers would have access to iCloud through a number of APIs. Up until now, developers have had three options:
In an age of information overload, news apps are the perfect solution to help people cut through the daily noise and get to the news they really want.
If you’re creating any sort of app that involves getting your users from one place to another then good map integration is a must. Here are the 15 best Android app templates with map integration to be found at СodeHolder.
iOS developers have been fortunate enough to enjoy and work with the robust development platform that Apple has provided, primarily Xcode. This has helped inspire the engaging and powerful apps that consumers enjoy on the App Store today. Xcode provides an intuitive IDE and that, coupled with the emergence of Swift as a truly modern programming language, has made programming on the platform sheer enjoyment.
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.
Storing your app’s data in the cloud is very important these days because users tend to own multiple devices and want their apps to be in sync across all of them. With Cloud Firestore, a real-time NoSQL database available on the Firebase platform, doing so is easier and more secure than ever before.
In this post, you’ll learn what ExpoKit is and how it is used for adding native functionality to Expo apps. You’ll also learn some of its pros and cons.
A lot of articles, our site included, have focused on helping readers create amazing iOS apps by designing a great mobile user experience (UX).
Application widgets provide your users with easy access to your application’s most frequently used features, while giving your app a presence on the user’s homescreen. By adding a widget to your project, you can provide a better user experience, while encouraging users to remain engaged with your application, as every single time they glance at their homescreen they’ll see your widget, displaying some of your app’s most useful and interesting content.
Photo apps are among the most popular Android app categories worldwide, and if you want to ride the wave of that popularity by creating a photo app or two yourself, read on to discover the 10 best Android photo app templates available at СodeHolder.
An app’s credibility today highly depends on how the user’s private data is managed. The Android stack has many powerful APIs surrounding credential and key storage, with specific features only available in certain versions. This short series will start off with a simple approach to get up and running by looking at the storage system and how to encrypt and store sensitive data via a user-supplied passcode. In the second tutorial, we will look at more complex ways of protecting keys and credentials.