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Key Mobile Takeaways from Mary Meeker’s 2015 Internet Trends Report

Mary Meeker’s 2015 Internet Trends Report was released at the tail-end of last month. The wide-ranging annual report follows the evolution of the internet, tracking everything from Snapchat and Uber to smartphone penetration and an increased consumer interest in drones. The Meeker report delves into essential tech statistics and the effect technology has on everything […]

How to Use Device Specific Images

Previously we’ve looked at How to Use Density Specific Images. For this post, we expand the example app as we discover how to use images specific to certain (groups of) devices. Why should you bother? Well, for views that have fixed dimensions you probably shouldn’t. But for views of which one or both dimensions are […]

The Week in Mobile: May 31 – June 6, 2015

The Week in Mobile: Apple releases first wave of HomeKit Accessories, Microsoft acquires Wunderlist, Instagram and Pinterest join the buy button bandwagon and more

Appcelerator Arrow – Salesforce Composite Connector Example

In this example, we saw how Arrow can enable mobile app developers to create highly specific and mobile optimized APIs for a variety of data architectures without writing a single line of code.

The Week in Mobile: May 24-30, 2015

The Week in Mobile: Google announces sweeping advances, Apple’s rumored new personal assistant, Snapchat reports nearly 100 million active daily users and more.

Arrow: Connect to Any Data Source in Minutes – Really?

The tech industry is awash in hyperbole. Every vendor out there has a pitch that details how they’ll make you faster, lower your costs, improve ROI…well, you know the script.

Waste No Food Transforms Philanthropy With Mobile

When’s the last time you heard about a new app that’s genuinely changing the world for the better? We’ve got one for you.

The Week in Mobile: May 17 – May 23, 2015

Apple TV and the Apple Watch expected to receive SDK updates, Google to test “buy buttons”, Fitbit likely to struggle against smartwatches and more.
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