Posts Tagged ‘Apps’

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Four Ways To Build A Mobile Application, Part 2: Native Android

This article is the second in a series of four articles covering four ways to develop mobile applications. The last article covered how to accomplish this using native iOS development tools. In this article, we’ll look at how to build the same sort of application using native Android tools.

Four Ways To Build A Mobile Application, Part 2: Native Android

We’ve been building a simple tip calculator. As with the iOS application, this one contains two screens: a main view and a settings view. The settings view persists the default tip percentage to local storage using Android’s SDK support.

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How To Simplify Mobile App Data With Google Analytics And Tag Manager

Information about customers has never been available on the scale it is today. Businesses are learning new ways to leverage data to improve themselves on a daily basis. They’re realizing that data collection and data analysis have a measurable return on investment, and decision-makers are asking to see them.

Simplify Mobile App Analytics With Google Analytics And Tag Manager

As a developer, business owner or marketer, you need to know how to gather data and how to do it efficiently and in a scalable way. Furthermore, you need to understand what that data means and how to present it.

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Lessons Learned From An App Graveyard

Guesstimates by analysts put the number of mobile app downloads this year at somewhere between 56 and 82 billion, with the average user downloading somewhere between 26 and 41 apps, with a smaller subset of those apps being used on a regular basis.

Lessons From An App Graveyard

Other numbers indicate that 95% of downloaded apps are abandoned within a month and 26% of apps are only used once. Depending on the user, these abandoned apps are deleted or ignored, never to be opened again. I choose to leave these ignored apps on my phone and tablet, and at last count, I had over 375 apps on my iPhone.

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Four Ways To Build A Mobile Application, Part 1: Native iOS

The mobile application development landscape is filled with many ways to build a mobile app. Among the most popular are: native iOS, native Android, PhoneGap and Appcelerator Titanium.

Four Ways To Build A Mobile Application, Part 4: Appcelerator Titanium

This article marks the start of a series of four articles covering the technologies above. The series will provide an overview of how to build a simple mobile application using each of these four approaches. Because few developers have had the opportunity to develop for mobile using a variety of tools, this series is intended to broaden your scope.

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Building An Online Magazine App For Windows 8, Part 2: The Web Back End

In part one of this series, we got a customized magazine app for Windows 8 up and running. In this second and last part, we will shift our focus to the server and content. We will look at how our magazine app obtains the articles to be shown, examine the transport protocol and set up a live content host.

Building An Online Magazine App For Windows 8, Part 2: The Web Back End

When done, you will have a cloud-based content management system running on a free hosting plan from where you can manage and publish articles.

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Building An Online Magazine App For Windows 8, Part 1: The HTML5 App

Back in 2010, Microsoft shifted its focus from propriety Web technology to open Web technology. The first fruits of this refocus materialized a few years later — in Internet Explorer, the Windows operating system, its developer tools and its cloud software.

Building An Online Magazine App For Windows 8, Part 1: The HTML5 App

Things have changed for the better so far: With version 10, Internet Explorer has finally grown up and become a fast modern browser. You can build native Windows apps with JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS — apps that look and feel solid and have modern user interfaces.

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Key Ingredients To Make Your App Go Viral

A viral app is the highest achievement on iTunes and Google Play. It’s an app that customers eagerly share across the Internet, through social networks, email, chat and word of mouth. It’s like rocket fuel, and it is the best case scenario for an app developer because word of mouth is far more powerful than any paid advertising.

Key Ingredients To Make Your App Go Viral

Ad clutter is everywhere, and people just ignore it. No one trusts ads, and they cost too much for developers anyway. But humans have shared stories since we’ve been using rocks as tools. We’re naturally built for viral sharing.

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