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Using Libraries in Mobile App Development

Here’s how your reusable code can be made easier with libraries. If your organization has more than a single app or a number of common areas of functionality/APIs, you need to think of how to manage your codebase smarter by using reusable libraries. Too often libraries are thought of as exclusively open-source projects that solve …

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How Do You Test Mobile Apps for Android?

It’s a question I hear from nearly every client. So here are five ways to make that testing easier. There are thousands of variants of Android devices out there and your app will be run on an incredibly high number of them. There simply isn’t a way to test on every different flavor of device. But like …

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Manage Mobile App Development and Release with Git-flow

Git is an amazingly powerful version control system, and git-flow helps you use that power in a coherent and safe fashion. I am a huge fan and proponent of git. It offers an incredible mix of flexibility, speed, tools and widespread adoption. Here’s a rundown of how it works in a running project:  Only two …

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They’re (Almost) All Dirty: The State of Cheating in Android Benchmarks

They’re (Almost) All Dirty: The State of Cheating in Android Benchmarks We posted a while back on Samsung’s cheating to amp performance whenever it detected benchmarking software was running. But now Anandtech takes a look at the industry as a whole, and nearly everyone is dirty. Only Apple and Motorola can say that they don’t …

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