Mobile Operating Systems

As we’ve discussed, the majority of apps are either being produced in native formats for (one or more) specific mobile operating systems, or in a hybrid format to be deployed across multiple platforms at once. So far we’ve focused on the time and costs associated with each option, as well as the evolution of hybrid Read more about Mobile Operating Systems[…]

Mobile App Monetization Trends – How To Make Money with Your Mobile Apps

                  Now that your native or multi-platform app is ready for use, the question becomes one of dollars. How does one create revenue using a mobile app? There are many different options currently available to app producers and developers. I will try to cover the most popular Read more about Mobile App Monetization Trends – How To Make Money with Your Mobile Apps[…]

The Evolution of Ionic Cross-Platform Mobile Application Developement

Last time we discussed the advantages of some of the different approaches to mobile app development: the html5-based hybrid app, the cross-platform native (or pure-hybrid) app, and native development for a specific operating system. Ionic is one technology used in html5 hybrids. It is an open-source kit that is built on AngularJS and Apache Cordova, Read more about The Evolution of Ionic Cross-Platform Mobile Application Developement[…]