Paula Green, Apr 03
Using Android Sensors in Your App
Paula Green demonstrates how to use the Android sensor API in your applications to monitor accelerometer and location.
Elio Qoshi, Mar 31
Prototyping for Android with Material Design
Elio Qoshi discusses how Proto.io and other tools can be used for prototyping Material design based interfaces.
Ada Ivanoff, Mar 11
11 Free Mobile Icon Sets to Use in Your App
Ada Ivanoff shows us 11 fantastic icon sets for use in your Android, iOS and Windows Apps, many of which are free.
David Turnbull, Jan 28
A Beginners Guide to Mobile Development with Meteor
Abbas Suterwala, Jan 27
Handling and Displaying Images in Android
Abbas Suterwala demonstrates how to use several Android ImageViews to easily display and handle images in your app.
Tahir Taous, Jan 21
5 Mobile App Testing Tools
Tahir Taous looks at 5 services for testing your mobile apps and getting user feedback quickly.
Dave Albert, Jan 13
AppGyver, Hybrid App Development That Goes Beyond Just Code
Dave Albert looks at a new cross platform mobile development option that goes beyond providing a coding framework with an entire suite of workflow tools.
Piotr Pawlak, Jan 09
Creating Native Apps with Kinetise, a Promising New SaaS
Piotr Pawlak walks us through a promising new SaaS that helps entrepreneurs build native apps with a simple point and click interface.
Dave Albert, Dec 30
Pushing Push - Have Notifications Come of Age?
Recent Developments in Android and iOS have increased the potential of Push Notifications. Dave Albert explores the possibilities.
Aldo Ziflaj, Dec 10
Using the Codename One Designer Tool to Create Apps Visually
The Codename One Designer Tool allows developers to create fast cross platform apps semi-visually. Aldo Ziflaj takes a look.
Jay Raj, Dec 05
Mootor, an HTML5 Framework for Mobile Development
Another HTML5 Mobile Web framework! Yes, Jay Raj takes a look at Mootor
Joyce Echessa, Dec 04
Improved Android Emulation with Genymotion
The default Android emulator is renowned for it's slowness. Joyce Echessa looks at one alternative, Genymotion.
Aldo Ziflaj, Dec 02
Codename One, Cross Platform "Native" Development
Codename One allows developers to write in Java and build them into native code for various mobile platforms. Too good to be true? Aldo Ziflaj investigates.
Jay Raj, Nov 25
Developing Cross Platform Applications with Qt
Qt has been with us for some time, but it still offers a lot of easy options for cross platform app development. Jay Raj takes a look.
Jay Raj, Nov 07
The Top 7 Hybrid Mobile App Frameworks
The options for hybrid mobile app development change on an almost weekly basis. Jay Ray shows us his favorite seven.
Aldo Ziflaj, Nov 03
Using Android's Content Providers to Manage App Data
Content Providers in Android help you manage App Data through a central repository of data. Aldo Ziflaj demonstrates how to use them with a ToDo App.
Elio Qoshi, Oct 22
The Best Mobile Development Reference Devices
What are the best reference devices for developing mobile apps? We take a look at iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Firefox OS.
Jay Raj, Oct 10
Is Onsen UI the Answer to Cordova UI Development?
Jay Raj introduces to a new framework for cross platform mobile development… Yes, there's another one!
Aldo Ziflaj, Sep 29
Ionic Box, a Vagrant Configuration for Hybrid Mobile Apps
AldoZiflaj introduces us to a Vagrant configuration that's perfect for getting started with cross platform mobile development.
Tim Evko, Sep 24
Web Apps Are the Future
Native mobile apps require storage space, an internet connection, and often need several data-heavy updates. Tim Evko says we should adopt web apps instead.
Chris Dawes, Sep 23
New Tools for Cross-Platform Development with Sencha ExtJS5
Sencha ExtJS5 introduces many new features to create amazing cross-platform Apps. Chris Dawes shows us the highlights.
Aleksander Koko, Sep 09
Testing, Debugging and Building Apps with Intel XDK
In part three of our series on Intel XDK Aleksander Koko looks at Testing, Debugging and building a cross platform app.
Aldo Ziflaj, Sep 05
5 of the Best Android ORMs
If you are developing an Android application, you will likely need to store data somewhere and ORMs, Aldo Ziflaj looks at five of the best to consider.
Amit Diwan, Sep 02
How to Optimize Your Website for Wearable Devices
Wearables are set to redefine the world and how we interact with it, lets take a look through some advice and resources to get your skills up to date.