Developers

  • Google I/O 2016 – the lowdown

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    After the Google I/O show that got all Android developers very excited, here is a summary of what is on Google's roadmap. Read on! Android Back in March, Google released a preview of its forthcoming Android N update. At I/O it revealed more info and uses that go beyond the preview version: - VR support via its Daydream platform - Automatic removal of less frequently used apps from the home... Read More

  • The digital economy is getting APIer every day

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    Benjamin Fonzé the founder and CEO of ExoClick, explains the automative and revenue benefits of API integration within the digital economy. What is an API? In the data filled age that we live in today more and more digital businesses are opening up their platforms with APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) so that clients and third party developers can create new software based products and applications based around those platforms. Essentially... Read More

  • 10 new features inside Android 6.0 Marshmallow

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    Google is now rolling the latest version of its mobile operating system Android 6.0 Marshmallow (Android M). The rollout hits Nexus devices first, for other handsets, it depends on the manufacturer. To help give developers an overview of the new OS we've picked out 10 new feature updates to examine in a little more detail: 1. Web experience Chrome Custom Tabs is a new feature that gives developers a way... Read More

  • 4 Windows Edge browser enhancements

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    Goodbye Internet Explorer. Hello Edge. Edge is the default browser for Windows 10 and it won't run on older versions of Windows. As PC users continue to install the free OS update to replace Windows 7 & 8, here are four ways in which Edge promises to be superior to the browser it replaces: Internet Explorer. 1. Faster, richer browsing According to Microsoft, Edge is twice as fast as its... Read More

  • 8 Android Lollipop features to give you a sugar rush

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    Android 5.0 Lollipop has been slow to get off the ground. Google’s dashboard that tracks the versions of Android OS being used showed that by January 2015 (2 months after its official launch) it had not even reached the minimum 0.1% of usage to show up in the charts. Lollipop's source code was released on November 3rd 2014, with over-the-air updates going out 9 days later to a number of... Read More