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Web
Craig Buckler, Aug 06

Browser Trends August 2014: Massive Mobile Migration

Craig takes his regular look at the web browser usage charts provided by StatCounter. The desktop market may be in a summer slump but mobile is moving fast.
Mobile
Jen Looper, Jul 30

2D Animation Tutorial Using Spine for Mobile Apps

Spine is a new 2d animation tool ideal for mobile apps. Jen Looper shows us how to get started.
6 COMMENTs
Mobile
Simone Sala, Jul 28

5 Must-have Android Apps for Designers

In the past five years, our mobile devices have evolved from gadget toys to production-ready work tools. Simone walks us through his favourite Android Apps.
3 COMMENTs
Mobile
Racheal Dane, Jul 18

Android L: Developers Enjoy Unprecedented Freedom

The forthcoming iteration of Android has developers excited. Not just an update, L is a foundation on which Google plans to continue building in the future.
Web
Paul Wilkins, Jul 04

On Our Radar: Android's Material, Better Design, and Refactoring

9 COMMENTs
Web
Tim Evko, Jul 03

The Yo API: The Possibilities Are Endless

An introduction to Yo, a controversial, incredibly simple app with massive potential. Tim Evko explains how to use its API and integrate Yo to your apps.
3 COMMENTs
Mobile
Amit Diwan, Jul 01

Google I/O 2014 Roundup

Google I/O 2014 has wrapped up, what do the latest round of announcements mean for developers? We take a quick look.
Mobile
Dror Weiss, Jun 18

No Sloppy Seconds: 4 Android UX Design Tips

The biggest pitfall many developers fall into is designing for iOS and porting their apps. Read our four UX tips on how to design properly for Android.
Mobile
Amit Diwan, Jun 11

Hands on with the Android Wear Developer Preview, Part 2

In Part 1 we introduced Android Wear. In part two we move towards some development, adding support libraries to our Android wear project.
1 COMMENT
Mobile
Tahir Taous, Jun 05

A Brief Guide to Rooting Android

Our guide to rooting your Android device to enable you to perform any administrative action and have full control of your phone or tablet.
Mobile
Amit Diwan, May 23

Hands On with the Android Wear Developer SDK

Hands on with the Android Wear Developer SDK, Google's tools for creating wearable experiences for existing apps that may appear on Android wearables.
15 COMMENTs
Mobile
Syed Fazle Rahman, May 21

Ratchet's Push.Js - Prototyping Mobile Apps with Multiple Screens

In this article, we will learn how to create multiple screens in a single applications and load them using Ratchet's `push.js` script.
10 COMMENTs
Mobile
Syed Fazle Rahman, May 12

Prototype Mobile Apps Easily with Ratchet

It is difficult to prototype native Mobile apps using responsive web design, Ratchet might be the tool to help.
4 COMMENTs
Mobile
Joyce Echessa, May 08

Localizing Android Apps

Learn how to localize your android app for language, screen orientation and much more.
37 COMMENTs
Mobile
Jay Raj, May 07

Building a Simple App Using Ionic, an Advanced App Framework

Building a simple app with Ionic, an advanced HTML5 Hybrid Mobile App Framework for creating beautiful mobile applications using HTML5
29 COMMENTs
Mobile
Joyce Echessa, Apr 30

Scheduling Background Tasks in Android

An introductory guide on how to schedule background tasks in Android app development.
Mobile
Joyce Echessa, Apr 02

Better User Interfaces with the Android Action Bar

This article shows how the Android Action Bar can be used to help create elegant user interfaces.
2 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Patrick Catanzariti, Mar 18

Controlling Your Android Phone with the Wave of a Finger

This article shows how an Android device can be controlled using gestures. The technologies used include Leap Motion, Node.js, on{X}, and Android itself.
27 COMMENTs
Mobile
Patrick Catanzariti, Mar 14

Accessing localhost From Anywhere

A round up of services that allow you to access your localhost web server from anywhere. Each service is discussed in detail with a description of features.
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Entrepreneur
Khurram Aziz, Feb 27

Upgrade Your Schedule: 5 of the Best Replacements for Your Smartphone’s Calendar

If your mobile device's default calendar app is proving limiting, it might be time to invest in an upgrade. Fortunately, there are hundreds of apps out there that can offer more features and better usability. Even more fortunately: we've done the hard work for you. We scoured the web for the best apps across all operating systems and picked the best based on usability, features, cross-platform compatibility and price. Here they are -- the five best calendar apps designed to make your 2014 the most productive year you've ever had.
2 COMMENTs
Mobile
Saad Mousliki, Feb 03

Build a Hybrid Mobile App Using IBM Worklight, Part 2

We'll walk through how to test a mobile app in a native Android simulator and how to connect the app to a backend system using a Worklight Adapter.
2 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Patrick Catanzariti, Dec 10

Controlling Web Pages with Javascript and on{X}

This article describes how on{X} is used in conjunction with Node, Express, and Socket.IO to control web pages from an Android device.
Web
Craig Buckler, Oct 07

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Jeff Friesen, Aug 28

Getting Started with Android Library Projects, Part 3