People gladly spend real money on virtual goods in their favorite mobile applications. This is called in-app purchasing, and it’s one of the best mechanisms for monetizing your app. In this article we’ll discuss industries that use in-app purchases and provide a working way to integrate them into a mobile app.
A language can be both a limitation and a means of connection. In the context of mobile apps, localization can help you access global markets, increasing downloads and return on investment.
There’s a golden rule in sales: the easier the payment process is, the higher the probability the customer will buy the product. In this article we’ll discuss three most popular payment gateways and show an example of integrating Braintree in an ecommerce Android and iOS mobile solutions.
NFC is a technology mostly used in banking, and often developers create NFC payment apps for business. However, there are countless ways to use it, and you can be really creative with it. No wonder it is gaining popularity among users and developers, as it’s present in most modern mobile devices. In this article I’ll show you how to build an NFC application and be a bit creative with it.
There are over 2 million healthcare-related mobile apps on the app stores. There are applications for workouts, health management, childcare, contacting doctors, and more. To build a medical app that will stand this competition, you need to choose your niche and know it well.
Apps are changing the way we interact, communicate, develop and live as a society. Disabled populations are part of this shared society and integrating them in the most seamless manner possible is a shared task, a shared responsibility.
Long gone are the times when a person could learn one skill and work in one field for their whole life. Today, the world is more dynamic than ever. People require knowledge to pursue better professional opportunities and for their own pleasure. E-learning gives the opportunity to get new skills anytime and anywhere using modern teaching methodologies.
You’ve been working on a big project for several years already, and during that time team members have come and gone and your code has become vaguer and vaguer. Maybe it seems that it would be easier to just rewrite everything from scratch, but you understand that there isn’t much time for that. Refactoring might be another option, but you’re still not sure. In this article, we answer two questions: In which cases should you rewrite your application and what parts can be refactored? How should you go about refactoring your code?
Almost everyone has a smartphone. We use them for entertainment, communicating, exploring new locations, and paying for things. However, some people aren’t able to enjoy their full potential due to physical disabilities. For people with physical disabilities, developers have created special ways to interact with mobile devices.