Mobile Application sector has been growing in recent years and so has the demand for them. Every company that wants to sell, assist, provide mobile app development service is into making their apps accessible to the customers. Aside from brainstorming how the app will function and what resources will be required, it is imperative to make sense of which technology will serve your necessities the best. There are numerous mobile app technologies that are widely utilized for a particular platform or for cross-platform app development.

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In the past couple of years, mobile apps have detonated in popularity. Recent studies show that the average user spends about 2 hours a day on apps and there will be approx. 5.3 billion mobile users by 2018. As more people will afford to buy a smartphone, the more applications will be released, conveying a pleasant income to their developers.

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Serverless architecture represents a new stage in the app development also known as Function-as-a-Service (FaaS). It’s a kind of cloud computing changing the app building world.

Serverless is everything about freedom from “always on” server systems sitting behind an app.  But initially, serverless meant a slightly different thing: the app dependence on the 3rd-party services  (AWS Lambda, Autho, Parse, etc.) managing the server-side logic and state.

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Account Kit

Account Kit lets people quickly register for and login to your app by using just their phone number or email address — no password needed. It’s reliable, easy to use and gives you a choice about how you sign up for apps.

To set up Account Kit in your Android app, if you don’t have a Facebook developer account create a Developer Account. Then Account Kit for Android requires a Facebook app ID. Follow the steps. Choose whether to allow email and SMS login, and choose security settings for your app.

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Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) is a communications protocol for message-oriented middleware based on XML (Extensible Markup Language).[1] It enables the near-real-time exchange of structured yet extensible data between any two or more network entities.

How the Whatapp Works!

WhatsApp is a real-time messaging application, which makes use of Ejabberd (XMPP) server. This server facilitates instant message transfer between two or many users at any given second.

ERLANG is the programming language used by WhatsApp. Ejabberd is an open source Jabber server written in Erlang language. It was preferred by the techies of WhatsApp as it was suitable for accommodating huge communication system with high sustainability.

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Apple released new public betas for its major operating systems today — iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan. They are likely identical or very similar to the developer betas the company released yesterday.

Members of the public who want to get an early look at the operating systems can sign up for the beta program at Apple’s website.

The new iOS 9 beta arrives just a couple of weeks after the last public beta. The last beta introduced the new News app to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Other features in the new OS include a rebuilt Notes app and split-screen dual-app multitasking features for the iPad.

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Android Material Design which was introduced in Android Lollipop version. In Material Design lot of new things were introduced like Material Theme, new widgets, custom shadows, vector drawables and custom animations. If you haven’t working on Material Design yet, this article will give you a good start.

Material design, for the few uninitiated, is a set of design standards developed by Google and laid out in this document. It has countless unique and interesting features, but perhaps the most defining is its use of the Z-axis. Basically, it adds a little skeuomorphism back into flat design, creating the impression of a bunch of two-dimensional planes floating over each other at designated elevations.

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