The ever-increasing usage of mobile applications has motivated developers to build more powerful and highly robust applications. Today, none of the sectors have been untouched by the rapidly expanding popularity of mobile applications. Whether its the banking sector, GPS or factory automation; mobile applications are being rapidly used everywhere. Through this post, I’ll be introducing you to 5 of the most commonly used mobile frameworks which have been recommended by leading app developers across the globe.
Heroku provides free cloud platform for hosting node.js apps. But deploying node.js app on Heroku is bit tricky and needs some insight. This article will tell you the simple steps to deploy your node.js app on Heroku cloud platform. You will come to know how to host static pages on Heroku. It will also tell you some troubleshooting tips to check your node.js application.
For a mobile app offline support is the first necessity. But providing offline support in HTML5 mobile apps is difficult most of times. In this tutorial I will tell you how to create your first HTML5 mobile app with offline support. App is created using Ionic framework and uses PouchDB as NoSQL database.
AngularJS is one of the most sophisticated web app framework that delivers superlative single-page applications. It is commonly known as Angular and possesses a client-side MVC (Model View Controller) architecture that augments the development and testing of single-page applications. It, thus, facilitates developers to create an impressive look and feel like that of a native mobile app.
In fact, if you want to make your app appear more native, you can also integrate animations and transitions by implementing the
ngAnimate module in Angular.
Magento2 will be introducing some amazing new features and functionalities, empowering developers to streamline customization tasks, improve load time and more. Most significantly, it will replace Magento 1.x Mage class with dependency injection design pattern.
This post is intended to provide resourceful insight on Magento’s 2 dependency injection concept.