What makes React Native so special and why web developers are starting to learn React Native?
With its rise in popularity, it was only a matter of time before apps built with React Native emerged in app stores. React Native is used on a wide scale, from Fortune 500 companies to hot startups, on both iOS and Android platforms.
The story of React Native is quite fascinating: what started as Facebook’s internal hackathon project, in the summer of 2013, has since become one of the most popular frameworks.
This Holiday Season started with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and as we’re diving deeper into December, it’s time to take final actions to make sure your app will shine in the peak of the Holiday Season. Regardless of your favorite December holiday, whether is it Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or Festivus, you will not be
Apple recently announced many changes and updates for the upcoming period. Most of these announcements are in domains of design and leisure and, as such, are targeting end users. However, the announcement of Swift, Apple’s new programming language, has made a splash among developers as well.
Last week at WWDC Apple announced, among other things, one new feature that might be a huge benefit for SMB and local apps. Quick Access to apps based on location will suggest apps to iPhone users based on their location. Below is an example of AppleStore and Starbucks apps that are appearing on the lock
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