Android app templates have been gaining in popularity over the past few years, and that’s no wonder. They’re a huge time saver for experienced developers, helping them to cut through the slog of creating an app from scratch and focus their talents instead on the unique and customised parts of creating a new app.

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React Native has been gaining in popularity for one obvious reason: it allows developers to write code across different mobile operating systems. This means that they no longer have to build the same app for iOS and for Android from scratch or specialise in one or the other operating system. Now you can code apps for both platforms with the same powerful JavaScript technologies you use for building web apps.

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The main purpose of a digital signature is to verify the integrity of some information. For a simple example, let’s say you had a file that was transferred over the network and you want to check that the entire file was transferred correctly. In that case, you would use a checksum.

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NativeScript is a framework for building cross-platform native mobile apps using XML, CSS, and JavaScript. In this series, we’re trying out some of the cool things you can do with a NativeScript app: geolocation and Google Maps integration, SQLite database, Firebase integration, and push notifications. Along the way, we’re building a fitness app with real-time capabilities that will use each of these features.

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NativeScript is a framework for building cross-platform native mobile apps using XML, CSS, and JavaScript. In this series, we’re trying out some of the cool things you can do with a NativeScript app: geolocation and Google Maps integration, SQLite database, Firebase integration, and push notifications. Along the way, we’re building a fitness app with real-time capabilities that will use each of these features.

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If you’ve ever spoken to voice-based personal assistants such as Siri or Google Now, or chatted with one of the many text-based bots active on messaging platforms such as Facebook Messenger and Kik, you probably realize how fun, intuitive, and powerful conversational user interfaces can be. However, because most natural languages are extremely complex, creating such interfaces from scratch tends be hard. Fortunately, there’s IBM Watson.

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