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Apple WWDC ’20: Key Takeaways for Mobile

Apple WWDC ’20: Key Takeaways for Mobile

WWDC, Apple’s worldwide developer conference, took place this year despite current events impacting the world. The event highlights almost all of the new software, hardware, and tools Apple users can look forward to in the upcoming year. Typically this conference is...

The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Accessibility

The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Accessibility

The Americans with Disabilities Act requires websites to be accessible or risk being discriminatory against those with disabilities and be slapped with a fat lawsuit. Many companies have fallen victim to these lawsuits for their websites like Domino’s Pizza, Beyoncé,...

App Microtransactions: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

App Microtransactions: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

The concept of app microtransactions is not foreign to consumers of mobile technology in the modern app market. Apps that include or require consumers to submit payment for additional features or add-ons have become the norm. This business model has grown...

3 Tips to Start Using Motion in Design

3 Tips to Start Using Motion in Design

  Motion connects the designers and developers who are working on a mobile application with its users. Scrolling, navigating through screens, and adding or editing content may all be inherent features of an app in 2017, but the app still needs to feel right. UX...

Profiling Titanium: Getting a picture of the Kroll toll

Profiling Titanium: Getting a picture of the Kroll toll

As cross-platform developers, we all know that maintaining speed in a complex codebase is of paramount importance. When you’re adding layers of abstraction to your code in hopes of being able to share large portions of it across disparate platforms, the little steps...

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