4 iOS 10 Improvements from WWDC 2016

At its World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) this week, Apple announced updates to all of its software platforms: iOS, OS X, watchOS, and tvOS. While all are getting new features, communication between all of them and more access to integral pieces are the big takeaways for developers.Apple CEO Tim Cook discusses apps at WWDC 2016

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Overcoming Enterprise Mobility Challenges

The topic of Enterprise Mobility Applications (EMA) got a boost last month due to a partnership announcement between two giant tech companies: Apple and SAP. This new partnership aims toward making Apple’s key products, the iPhone and iPad, more favorable to enterprise customers through SAP’s HANA cloud platform to deliver live and secured data. There will also be a new iOS software development kit (SDK) and training academy to help developers and enterprises’ in-house...Businessman using enterprise applications in a company

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Leading Boston Mobile App Developer - Zco

This is a guest post by Ryan Stevens, Business Manager at Clutch.co. At Clutch we work to connect business service providers with business service buyers, Zco was an early member to join our site. Over the last couple of years we’ve been really working to grow our content and increase the number of companies we cover across the technology sector. I think it is now fair to say that we are the leading provider of B2B ratings and reviews for the app development...Zco listed in Clutch Top App Developers Boston

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Google Gives Developers Frameworks Galore at I/O 2016

Google’s I/O keynote event on Wednesday, May 18 was uncharacteristically light on exciting info for consumers, but developers found plenty to sink their teeth into.   The next version of Android didn’t even get a name, just a page for suggestions beginning with the letter N. Personally, I think “Neapolitan” should get the nod, fitting as well as it does with the Android slogan “Be Together, not the Same.”  Google Home, Android N, Daydream reference design

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Android Studio 2.0 is Google’s New, Improved Development Suite

In 2013, Google released the first version of its Integrated Development Environment (IDE), Android Studio. It aimed to provide an all-in-one development experience that was faster and smoother than the de facto standard for Android coders at the time, Eclipse.   After three years, Android developers got the first major update to the official IDE earlier this month with the release of Android Studio 2.0, followed quickly by a 2.1 update. Built-in tools include the obvious code...Android Studio 2.0 offers an improved device emulator

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