Can Flutter be used to develop both iOS and Android apps?

Are you looking for a way to develop mobile apps for both iOS and Android platforms? Then look no further than Flutter! Flutter is an open source mobile app development framework developed by Google that allows developers to create cross-platform mobile applications for both iOS and Android operating systems. In this blog post, we’ll discuss […]

What is React Native?

React Native – one framework to rule them all React Native has been successfully adopted by hundreds of businesses worldwide, including Uber, Microsoft, and Facebook, and is used across a whole range of industries. However, before you decide to go all-in with React Native, it’s crucial that you understand how it works, and decide if it’s the […]

What Is the Latest iOS Version?

  iOS is Apple’s mobile operating system that powers the iPhone and iPod Touch. Until 2019, it was also the operating system used by the iPad (which we’ll discuss shortly). In case you’re not familiar, an operating system (OS) is a type of software that’s key to a computer working because it manages all aspects of a […]

What is Flutter?

  Flutter is a free and open-source mobile UI framework created by Google and released in May 2017. In a few words, it allows you to create a native mobile application with only one codebase. This means that you can use one programming language and one codebase to create two different apps (for iOS and […]

What to Consider When Choosing a Mobile Application Development Company

If you are like most businesses, mobile apps have become an essential part of your marketing strategy. If you have come to the conclusion that your business needs a mobile app and the company you usually use to do your website has decided they don’t want to develop apps anymore, what should you do? How […]

Android Version

Sweet Code Names of Android Version: Google’s Android division certainly has a sense of humor. It named all of its version codenames after desserts. Though the first version of the OS (1.0) that was publicly released in Sept. 2008 did not have a code name at all, either internally or publicly. According to Android engineer […]

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