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0answers
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Possible for Desktop/Mobile App to sync files via dropbox? [closed]

I would like to create a cross platform app that syncs its files across devices. The desktop app would function much like iTunes, with its own local 'library' of files. What I would like to know is ...
1
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1answer
112 views

Managing large downloadable content on mobile devices

This is a general question of how to best manage large downloadable content on mobile devices. Lets consider a situation whereby a mobile app needs to download a number of very large content items, ...
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1answer
227 views

Using private vs company devices for development at work

I'm employed at a mobile app development company since 4 months as Android developer. It's my first job as developer. Currently I'm using my two private Android devices for development. Is it common ...
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3answers
289 views

Generally speaking can a Javascript-based application (iUI) be deployed without a webserver?

Suppose I have a Javascript based application written in iUI or Kendo UI. Can it be packaged in such a way they can run locally without a webserver? I have a few web applications, that with some ...
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0answers
286 views

Is it possible to offer an affiliate program for your iOS or Android app?

Independent of the App Store or Google Play, is there a way to track where new downloads or paying customers came from? For example, if an app advertises my app in theirs - is there a way for me to ...
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3answers
3k views

Multi-platform Mobile Development? [closed]

So my question is this: Is there any easy way for a single developer to release an app on iOS and Android? I am a web developer that primarily plays in PHP, Node, Ruby, AS, and JS. I have dabbled a ...
0
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3answers
313 views

SQLite resources or any other storage concept for mobile applications?

I would like to know what storage concepts are used for mobile or handheld devices, where an app is operated on?. AFAIK one of them is SQlite. Can anyone shed a light on this concept? perhaps links ...
2
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2answers
691 views

Is it safe to trust emulators when developing multi platform/resolution mobile apps?

I'm currently developing some mobile applications using PhoneGap for Android, testing only in 3 different kinds of smartphones, and using emulators to test on the others target phone resolutions. ...
8
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5answers
566 views

Is it customary to write Java domain objects / data transfer objects with public member variables on mobile platforms?

We performed a code review recently of mobile application Java code that was developed by an outside contractor and noticed that all of the domain objects / data transfer objects are written in this ...
4
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2answers
108 views

Do privacy concerns prevent us from accessing location-based user data?

Every time my team begins to explore the scenarios that are possible with mobile device location data, location data that is part of user data, or even location data that may be retrieved or inferred ...
2
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1answer
793 views

Saving mobile application data when no service?

Say I have a mobile application that allows users to enter information which is then uploaded to a central location. I had planned on building this using only HTML5 and javascript (non-native app), ...
2
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4answers
3k views

Does HTML5 have a feature that enables a user to add an icon to the Apps screen when “installing”, and if not, when are they planning to add it?

I know that the mobile bookmark bubble might sort of work for iOS, but it isn't going in the same section. And for Android, bookmarking is really not going to cut it for a mobile HTML5 application ...
5
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1answer
205 views

How to release a mobile app successfully?

This includes everything that contributes to the success of the app and is non-programming. Some points to consider: How do you make people notice your app when there are hundreds released every ...
2
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2answers
2k views

What is the architecture model of an Android application?

I finished my app in Android and now I have to write about the architecture model in Android. Does the Android architecture resemble or fit with any of the well known architectures such as like MVC ...
8
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2answers
839 views

Developing professionally for iOS, Android and web - an insight

This is not really a question on how to develop all three, I know various cross platform ways and so on. But I more want to know from developer standpoint how hard it is to basically develop iOS, ...
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8answers
5k views

How do I choose an Android phone for testing my application? [duplicate]

I'm starting to develop for Android. Do I need to buy a certain Android phone to test my application, or does any android phone work?
1
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5answers
303 views

How do I know if I can develop an app or not, if same concept is already implemented by someone?

I am just a developer and don't understand legal terms. Don't even know where can I go look for such answers. The problem is: I want to implement some tools which are mentioned in a published book I ...
1
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3answers
271 views

Do you think is good to start developing Android Applications even though I'm a beginner? [closed]

Do you think is good to start developing Android Applications even though I'm a beginner? So should I just concentrate on learning java, c++, html, css, javascript, php, msql, c#, c, objective-c, etc? ...
5
votes
8answers
462 views

What attracts software developers such as yourselves to choose to program for the Android mobile platform? [closed]

Dear programmers, as part of my final year university project, I am conducting research into what makes programmers prefer to program for Android as opposed to other mobile operating systems. The ...
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4answers
161 views

Growing mobile developers inside a web development org

I work for a "mature web startup" as a web developer (mainly using PHP). Our main site has about 8 million registered members at the moment. However, the site is basically impossible to use on ...
2
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6answers
2k views

Should I still consider using Appcelerator Titanium for building mobile apps if I don't have any web dev skills?

I'm an experienced desktop developer who's recently begun writing iOS apps and would like to venture into Android development as well. I've been hearing a lot of talk surrounding the Appcelerator ...
3
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5answers
579 views

How do you manage the testing of your Android software on physical devices?

I'm in charge of managing mobile application development at my company, and I am currently building a mobile device "library" for testing. Essentially, we want to have a representative device in-house ...
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7answers
3k views

Android vs iPhone development [closed]

Which is a better career Android vs iPhone app development. Android has the advantage of beingopen source while iPad/iPhone is one of the best product in the market and Apple is leading the mobile ...