Here at Cheesecake, we strive to achieve not only the best app performance, but also a better presentation. As we already covered for iOS, GitHub libraries can be life (and time) savers, and with Android’s competitive market, the smallest difference can be fundamental for engaging users. If you also want to work with the best open-source libraries to deliver a nice and responsive experience for everyone, check out the 12 hottest – and trendiest – Java libraries for Android:
Hybrid apps are a very controversial subject when it comes to mobile app development trends. This topic has been receiving a lot of attention in the past couple of years, but even so the technology has never been massively adopted by the market. This post will explain why we still don’t recommend them (in 90% of the cases).
(Published in March, 5, 2015, at colincornaby.me)
On Twitter, I’ve been vocal that I don’t believe Obj-C is going away any time soon. For reference, Apple’s stance on the matter is:
“Objective-C is not going away, both Swift and Objective-C are first class citizens for doing Cocoa and Cocoa Touch development.”
It’s important to note that while there are a lot of community websites stating that Swift is the replacement for Obj-C, that has never been any sort of official position from Apple.
If you’re thinking about creating an iOS app, it’s essential to understand the best libraries that implement great functionalities with little effort. Thinking about that, we’ve picked the 9 hottest GitHub libraries that could help you save lots of time – and create amazing effects – while developing iOS applications that have the newest (and freshest) trending look & feel.
“Choose AFNetworking for your next project, or migrate over your existing projects—you’ll be happy you did!”
One of the most discussed points in software companies, between their managers and coworkers is about the question “rewrite the program or not rewrite it?”.