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Decoding Facebook’s Biggest Announcements from F8 2018

Reading Time: 3 minutes Held in San Jose on May 1st & 2nd, 2018, Facebook’s annual conference F8 has came to an end by revealing certain announcements, and facilitated app developers to discover features for future. The two-day event headed by CEO Mark Zuckerberg accompanied with other executives announced varieties of products while focusing on data security and privacy

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Long Press Gesture: Useful Feature to Embed in iPhone Applications

Reading Time: 3 minutes Internet is flooded with the blogs which favors the major attributes of iPhone devices like Camera, Navigation, Multimedia and Games but no one cares to talk about the minor features. In this post we are going to tell you something different, something that you haven’t read before. Today we are going to put a spotlight

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Push your Business with ‘Push Technology’ of iPhone App Development

Reading Time: 2 minutes The first iPhone was released during the summers of 2007; the device was not so much advanced as compared to the present generation but it wrote the History. iPhone has proudly entered into the 5th generation and is still stunning the users with the most advanced features since inception. Beside with the advanced hardware and

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Near Feild Comunication

Near Field Communication: Hottest Trend in Mobile App Development

Reading Time: 2 minutes Near Field Communication is a technology that enables the data transfer between two NFC enable devices when they are brought close to each other. This radio field technology doesn’t need any pairing or complicated setup to start the data transfer. This technology is also known as ‘Tap to Share’ and has a connection range of about 4

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Geofencing Mobile Apps

Geo Fencing: The Latest Phase Of Mobile Application Development

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Geo Fencing? Geo Fencing is a technique to sector the physical geographical area by virtual boundaries. These virtual sectors are independently connected to a server and send notification as soon as a connected device leaves the area or a device enters that virtual zone. This technique was primarily adopted by the mobile network

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