How I created my First Android app using Framework7 and Cordova [Part-2]

How I created my First Android app using Framework7 and Cordova [Part-2]

In the first part, we learned how to set up a cordova project. In this tutorial, we will learn to develop a Hybrid Android Mobile App from scratch, using Framework7. We would be using the material theme of Framework7, supported for Android. Before we start, download the Kitchen Sink Material App from Github. Go through the files to get more clarity. To start off, lets edit the content of index.html file. The reason for doing this is because Framework 7 provides two different templates; one for iOS and one for Android; since the default is iOS so we have to change the index.html file to Android theme.… Read More
How I created my First Android app using Framework7 and Cordova [Part-1]

How I created my First Android app using Framework7 and Cordova [Part-1]

Recently, I published my first android app on Play Store and let me tell you it’s not as hard as you think. There are plenty of open source tools out there which makes the task easy; and Google will have answers to almost all your hiccups that you’ll face during your journey. To start off, let’s discuss the types of Mobile App. There are primarily 3 basic types of mobile applications: 1. Web App 2. Native App 3. Hybrid App Web Apps are such applications which run on a Web Browser.… Read More
What to consider before buying a Powerbank

What to consider before buying a Powerbank

A few Days back, I finally decided that it’s time that I should get myself a power bank. So, like a responsible buyer, I first resorted to research regarding which brand I should go for. But when I actually started searching for power banks online, I was awestruck by the number of brands that were available for buying. Bottom Line, I was totally confused. I mean some known brand’s power bank were so high priced where as the same power capacity was offered by other unknown brands at a much cheaper price.… Read More
My Startup Story with ‘Webesigner’

My Startup Story with ‘Webesigner’

It was June 2012, semester exams had just ended. It was leisure time. My only plans at that time were to watch movies, eat, roam around and sleep. But Life has its own way of amazing you. I still remember the movie, “The Social Network”, I was totally mesmerized and by the time the movie ended I had an adrenaline rush, a kick; to start something. That was the first definite step towards my all time dream of becoming an entrepreneur.… Read More
19 Features you should know about Android Lollipop

19 Features you should know about Android Lollipop

Image Source | Intro Text Android 5.0 “Lollipop” is the latest version of the Android mobile operating system developed by Google. One of the most prominent changes in the Lollipop release is a redesigned user interface built around a responsive design language referred to as “material design”. Other changes include improvements to the notifications, which can be accessed from the lock screen and displayed within applications as top-of-the-screen banners. Google also made internal changes to the platform, with the Android Runtime (ART) officially replacing Dalvik for improved application performance, and with changes intended to improve and optimize battery usage, known internally as Project Volta.… Read More
Cool Things you can do with Wikipedia

Cool Things you can do with Wikipedia

Image Source Wikipedia as we all now is an online content encyclopedia created by the collaborative efforts of people like you and me from all around the globe. You can create articles, edit an existing one, browse through endless knowledge etc. Since its inception in 2001, Wikipedia has generated over 33 million articles(for all languages) and alone the English edition of Wikipedia has around 4 million plus articles. Well, this is what’s happening inside the Wikipedia hub but in the outside world to developers are creating beautiful tools for users to get more out of Wikipedia.… Read More
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