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Mobile Development
Created by Codemis on Mar, 7 2016 with 4 Members

A list of resources to help in mobile development.

Agriya is one of the leading Andriod app development company based in India. Our expert faculty takes pride in offering high quality and innovative web solutions which are compatible with various industries across all the verticals.
Speed testing services seem to be the new thing tech companies are dabbing into on their free time - just weeks after Netflix launched, Google has announced its own tool to help you measure your website's speed and mobile-friendliness. The site takes your URL and measures on a scale of 1-100 your mobile design and loading speed.
HackOnIT, hosted by Wycliffe Bible Translators, is a three-day event where you will not only get the chance to meet IT people working in missions...
Mobile for Development is a growing sector, with well over 1,000 live services now tracked by the GSMA across the developing world in verticals such as money, ...
We have a difficult announcement to make. Beginning today we’re winding down the Parse service, and Parse will be fully retired after a year-long period ending on January 28, 2017. We’re proud that we’ve been able to help so many of you build great mobile apps, but we need to focus our resources elsewhere.
Over the past several months, the Ionic team has been hard at work on the next generation of Ionic. We took everything we learned from building Ionic 1 and made significant improvements to the way Ionic apps look, how they perform, and their ability to adapt to future technology shifts. If you’ve been paying close attention, you may have seen us sprinkle a few hints here and there about the next generation of Ionic, but for the most part, we’ve stayed relatively quiet about the next version of Ionic.
Development projects in Africa and across the globe can learn a thing or two from the Agile Methodology Manifesto. What is the Agile Methodology Manifesto? The Agile Manifesto was developed by seventeen software developers in 2001 and defines the approach of agile software development, which as an alternative approach to software development.
What is #MobMin?
The Twitter hashtag #MobMin is a collection of resources to help you learn more about integrating mobile technology in your ministry.