The Best Hybrid App Framework (Depends on How You Use It)

The “Write once, run everywhere” approach is getting more popular among mobile app development vendors. A hybrid development framework works sort of like an automated translator, accepting code in one programming language and outputting native apps for different platforms. Depending on the app’s functionality, up to 100% of the code can be translated, leading to faster development, lower maintenance cost, and better app performance.
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WWDC 2015: El Capitan, Swift 2, and Apple Music

In addition to iOS 9 and watchOS 2, WWDC 2015 saw news about the next OS X, Swift going open source, and the Apple Music streaming service.
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WWDC 2015: Apple Watch Native Apps, iOS 9, and More

Apple previewed iOS 9, watchOS 2, OS X 10.11, and Apple Music at WWDC 2015.
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Google I/O Keynote: Big Plans for Wearables, IoT, More

In the Google I/O 2015 keynote, company officials addressed topics from virtual reality and self-driving cars to wearables and the Internet of Things.
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Android M New Features Previewed at Google I/O

Google kicked off its annual I/O conference with a look at its next mobile operating system, Android M.
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