• .NET Cloud Mobile

    Adding Real World Context to Mobile Apps with Beacons

    The idea of creating consumer-ready indoor proximity systems has been the dream of many startups recently. While satellite-driven GPS works brilliantly for positioning your car on a road, it doesn’t work so well for more fine-grained positioning. You might want to find a spot on a given floor of a building, a brand of soup […] The post Adding Real World Context to Mobile Apps with Beacons appeared first on Telerik Developer Network....
    November 13, 2014
  • .NET Cloud Mobile

    Windows 10 – What’s in it For Developers?

    Windows 10 was unveiled on September 30, 2014 as a technical preview for individuals that signed up to become a Windows Insider. Since the release, we’ve seen a lot of coverage from media outlets regarding new features that end-users will be excited about, but very little coverage for developers. In this post, I’m going to […] The post Windows 10 – What’s in it For Developers? appeared first on Telerik Developer Network....
    November 10, 2014
  • .NET Cloud Mobile JavaScript

    Can AngularJS Maintain Its Dominance?

    There are a lot of frameworks in the JavaScript world. This was true even several years ago, before it became de rigueur to have your own framework in order to join the elite, conference-speaker crowd.
    October 30, 2014
  • .NET Cloud Mobile

    Using the Xcode iOS Simulator with Hybrid Mobile Apps and Telerik AppBuilder

    Hybrid mobile developers have been blessed with ever-improving testing and simulation tools. Telerik AppBuilder customers are no exception, as they have come to rely on a best-in-class simulator experience along with the ability to test on physical devices and, more recently, access to native device emulators for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. In this final […] The post Using the Xcode iOS Simulator with Hybrid Mobile Apps and Telerik AppBuilder appeared first on Telerik Developer Network....
    October 28, 2014
  • .NET Cloud Mobile JavaScript

    Adding Native Touches to Your Hybrid App

    Designing hybrid apps can be difficult. The challenge is to use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to build apps that feel at home on multiple mobile platforms with different UI paradigms. As hybrid developers we often argue over the merit of replicating native UIs in JavaScript, and toss around phrases like the uncanny valley effect, but […] The post Adding Native Touches to Your Hybrid App appeared first on Telerik Developer Network....
    October 27, 2014