Why You Should Use Kotlin To Develop Your Android App

If you’re familiar with mobile app development, you may have heard the name Kotlin. Kotlin is a language created by JetBrains that is used today to develop native Android applications. Now Kotlin is not a programming language just on its own, but is another method to enhance Java and create stunning Android applications that ran on several devices and interfaces.

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Why You Should Use Swift for Developing Your Mobile App

Swift is a native mobile application development language for creating apps on the iOS platform for use on the Apple App Store. It is a compiled programming language for iOS, macOS, WatchOS, TV OS, and Linux applications. Apple created it in 2014 and since then, Swift has become the new dominant language for iOS development and beyond.

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Benefits of Mobile Apps in the Hospitality Industry

2020 has been one heck of a year. People all over the globe are being struck with hardships and challenges. The ones suffering the most from this pandemic in regards to timing and the amount of lost business are the companies in the hospitality industry. The pandemic has halted all travel and made vacationing almost impossible for the average consumer.

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The Revolution of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) in Business [2020]

The Revolution of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) in Business With the revolution of AI and ML in business, it’s more important than ever to uncover what Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning mean. As the names suggest, the central premise is to teach an embedded device or minicomputer how to accomplish tasks on…

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Native, Hybrid, or Progressive Development Platforms

Native, Hybrid, or Progressive. Let’s dig into app development platforms. If you are exploring or working on a mobile app development project, you may have come across various articles about the best practices or some tips and tricks. The main takeaways are: Mobile app development is challenging; nearly all applications you see on the app…

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