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How to Pick a Server for Your App The Mobile App Trends Series is supported by Sourcebits, a leading product developer for mobile platforms. Sourcebits offers design and development services for iOS, Android, Mobile and Web platforms. Follow Sourcebits on Twitter for recent news and updates. For mobile app developers, building an app rarely takes place in a vacuum, as most users expect their apps to interface and work with various Internet services. Building a mobile app increasingly means building an app that can interface with its own server or set of network services. For mobile app developers, picking and choosing a server or cloud solution for things like storage, push notifications, user information and analytics can be a struggle. Fortunately, a new wave of companies and services are stepping in to help developers make the best choices. Yay Cloud With AWS, Amazon has really led the way toward making cloud services and distributed computing and storage solutions affordable and easily accessible. Cloud Backend Solutions

lorempixel - placeholder images for every case The developer tools you need to know right now When it comes to web development, it is pretty easy to assume that JavaScript is top dog. But, obviously it's not that simple. Imagine turning up for an interview and saying 'I'm great at JavaScript'. There's a few that spring immediately to mind, such as React and Angular. Skill Up 2017 Global tech publisher Packt recently released Skill Up 2017, its developer skills and salary report. The report is based on replies from over 4,700 respondents from across the globe. The big earners by role were big data engineers, security engineers and information architects Looking further into the report, what else did we learn? To put this into some kind of perspective, it wasn't web developers that topped the list. Docker, Angular and React More importantly, what tools were popular? Other notable tools included React, Jenkins, Sublime Text and PHP. But, as we have mentioned, it's not all about the money. We have only skimmed the surface here. Related articles:

TF3DM - a bunch of 3d models Le développement piloté par les tests, nouvelle recette magique, sérieusement ? | Le blog de SoftFluent France Pour tous ceux qui baignent dans le développement logiciel depuis quelques décades, l’engouement régulier pour une nouvelle méthode qui devrait rendre votre projet facile à développer, totalement fiable et peu coûteux à maintenir ne constitue pas une surprise. Evidemment, ces nouvelles approches à la mode comportent souvent de bonnes pratiques innovantes qui peuvent apporter des avantages significatifs aux développeurs expérimentés qui en comprennent les principes et les appliquent de manière adaptée à leur contexte. Cependant, elles induisent également le risque majeur d’être appliquées naïvement par des développeurs peu expérimentés la voyant comme une garantie de succès. Sans le recul nécessaire sur les limites ou manques d’une nouvelle approche, il est probable que ces développeurs rencontrent un mur au cours de la mise en œuvre. Le développement piloté par les tests ne fait pas exception à ces tendances. Résumons nos points principaux par un schéma : Daniel COHEN-ZARDI, SoftFluent CEO

Designing for Multiple Screens Android powers hundreds of device types with several different screen sizes, ranging from small phones to large TV sets. Therefore, it’s important that you design your application to be compatible with all screen sizes so it’s available to as many users as possible. But being compatible with different device types is not enough. Each screen size offers different possibilities and challenges for user interaction, so in order to truly satisfy and impress your users, your application must go beyond merely supporting multiple screens: it must optimize the user experience for each screen configuration. This class shows you how to implement a user interface that's optimized for several screen configurations. The code in each lesson comes from a sample application that demonstrates best practices in optimizing for multiple screens. Note: This class and the associated sample use the support library in order to use the Fragment APIs on versions lower than Android 3.0. Lessons

LoremPicsum It's so Easy, Even Dr Zoidberg could use it ! 1. Select an Area (M) 2. 3. Download (Photoshop CS) Download (Photoshop CC) Lighthouse  |  Tools for Web Developers  |  Google Developers Lighthouse is an open-source, automated tool for improving the quality of web pages. You can run it against any web page, public or requiring authentication. It has audits for performance, accessibility, progressive web apps, SEO and more. You can run Lighthouse in Chrome DevTools, from the command line, or as a Node module. You give Lighthouse a URL to audit, it runs a series of audits against the page, and then it generates a report on how well the page did. You can also use Lighthouse CI to prevent regressions on your sites. Run Lighthouse In Chrome DevTools bug_report File an issue Check out the video below from Google I/O 2019 to learn more about how to use and contribute to Lighthouse. Get started Choose the Lighthouse workflow that suits you best: In Chrome DevTools. Run Lighthouse in Chrome DevTools Lighthouse powers the Audits panel of Chrome DevTools. Download Google Chrome for Desktop.In Google Chrome, go to the URL you want to audit. Install and run the Node command line tool

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