Rico Zuñiga, Jan 22
Create a Tetromino Puzzle Game Using Swift - Gameplay
In part three of our tutorial on creating a game in Swift, Rico Zuniga shows how to create interactions and basic gameplay.
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.
Rico Zuñiga, Jan 16
Create a Tetromino Puzzle Game Using Swift - Drawing Objects
In Part 2 of our tutorial on creating a game with Swift, Rico Zuniga looks at drawing objects to the screen.
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.
Rico Zuñiga, Jan 07
Create a Tetromino Puzzle Game Using Swift - Getting Started
Rico Zuñiga begins a thorough tutorial on creating a game with Swift, Apple's new Programming Language.
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.
Jay Raj, Dec 25
Web App Development with Junior and Firebase
Following on from our last tutorial on the Junior Framework, Jay Raj looks at connecting it to a backend to build a 'to do' app.
Jordan Morgan, Dec 22
8 Steps to Take Before You Start Coding Your next iOS App
Jordan Morgan outlines the steps you should consider before embarking on your next iOS app.
Dave Albert, Dec 12
Your App Failed Because People Forgot about It
Your great app launched well and then your users forgot about it. Dave Albert looks at tips and advice on how to keep your users coming back.
Chris Ward, Dec 11
2014 in Review, Niches Become Mainstream
2014 was quite a year, especially for technology and how it affects everyone. Here are some of my highlights, lowlights and observations on the year.
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 21
Junior, a Front-end Framework for HTML 5 Mobile Apps
Junior is yet another Front-end Framework for HTML 5 Mobile Apps. How does it stack up against all the others? Jay Ray shows us through a todo tutorial.
Elio Qoshi, Nov 18
Introducing Appmaker, Teaching Coding Through App Design
Mozilla have created Appmaker to help people learn to code through a simple drag and drop interface. Elio Qoshi tells us more.
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.
Joyce Echessa, Nov 06
Building Adaptive User Interfaces for iOS 8
Apple have introduced new tools for building adaptive interfaces in iOS 8. They are very thorough but offer great potential. Joyce Echessa shows us more.
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.
Jay Raj, Oct 27
Taking Your Cordova App Further with Onsen UI
We look further into Onsen UI, with a tutorial on getting authentication into your Cordova App.
Annarita Tranfici, Oct 23
Designing Interfaces for Cross Device Use
Increasingly, users are frequently using multiple devices at once. How do we design a great experience for this?
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.