Mobile Development Blog (Page 5)
A blog that delves into the mobile design and development industry, providing insights and resources to help you create the greatest mobile apps possible.
Native apps (also referred to as simply mobile apps) provide the best possible user experience and push businesses forward. But there is an opportunity to get even more benefits from this kind of apps — the deep linking.
What is it? Why to use it? How to get it? In this blog post, we are going to answer all these questions.
If you ever thought of creating a mobile app you were most likely facing a question which technology or language to choose for its development.
When it comes to the development of a mobile app, one of the first questions to decide on is what to choose — native app or hybrid app. In this article, we will take a look at the difference between native and hybrid applications and try to figure out which one is better.
Considering the fact that more than 50% of all global online traffic comes from smartphones and tablets, the importance of a good-looking website on a mobile device is inevitable. Still, it is difficult to cover all types of mobile screen resolutions and internet formats with a single solution. Luckily, such companies as Google always put user experience first, offering such open source solutions as AMPs (Accelerated Mobile Pages).
Have you ever thought of creating an app-like website that looks good and works great on both desktops and mobile devices? Or maybe you want it to work in the offline mode and send push notifications? Sounds like a dream, and with the emergence of PWAs, this dream comes true!
It’s not a secret that for the majority of customers, the key question associated with mobile app development lies in its cost. Also, it’s common for all of us to be interested in getting a high-quality product at a reasonable price. Mobile application development cost may vary significantly depending on different factors. Most of them are listed below.
The industry of e-publishing is the world of eBook files. EPUB is one of the most used file types in this venue. Maintaining an EPUB library requires a big set of EPUB tools. They are necessary to support many aspects of running a publishing business or a university library. If legacy software is utilized, it is hard to integrate additional functionality. Moreover, if a lot of different tools are used, the infrastructure may become encumbered. This will drain precious time dedicated to management. Our company recognized these issues and developed a cutting-edge EPUB software called EpubCloud. It is a custom EPUB cloud storage and management system that helps to solve many headaches of the organizations working with EPUB files.
E-book industry is thrusting nowadays that is why many software development companies are leaving no stones unturned in the field of e-reader production. As the interest in e-book development soars, we face the diversity of formats and as it stems from it – a variety of readers.