mobile app

Nowadays, we see a lot of serious security breaches in the software. Someone said that, If you develop software, security is a part of your job.
Here are some tips which you can use to improve the security of your node app:

This continuation of previous two blogs on redux flutter. In this we explore more redux tools like how to perform async operations and dev tools.

This is continuation of the previous blog and in this we look at more advanced implementation of redux with flutter.

In this blog post, we will look more deeply into state manage in flutter apps.

In previous blogs we saw very basic things with flutter, now going forward i would like to take this forward by developing a real app for my personal project and use flutter for it.

In this post we will see how to handle user interactions like click/tap events and respond to them

In previous blog we saw very basic’s of layouts in flutter, now let’s see more advanced usage and more widgets

First we will see how to build type’s of UI’s using flutter

Flutter is new tech by Google for mobile apps development. Main purpose of flutter is to allow for native ui experience, fast mobile apps and very good ui interface.

This blog is to give an insight on what Expo is and what Expo can do for React Native developer. There are two ways to start building a new React Native Application, either with React-Native CLI or with Expo CLI(previously it was create-react-native-app). The first notable difference between both is ease of getting started, without any configuration or any initial setup, which is provided by Expo CLI. You don’t need to install XCode or Android Studio to build native code which is not the case with React-Native CLI.
In one of our projects we had to explore porting a vue web app to mobile ios/android app. The project budget was small and needed an option to export existing vue to app to mobile without too much overhead. The client wanted to explore the mobile option briefly first before going for a full blown native app. To solve this problem, we tried out Capacitor worked well in our inital tests and we will follow up with a full review later on.

Firebase is a really great backend tool which works very well with mobile apps and web apps as well.

Firebase allows you interact with cloud database and write backend api function using javascript. So if you are a frontend javascript developer, using firebase you are able to easily write backend code in your application.

At first we are not easily convinced about Firebase, but after using it in action it seems like Firebase may be able to speed up conventional mobile and web app development — by a lot!

In this blog post, we will see how to add google login for your mobile app. We will see how to add it all three platforms desktop, android and ios

In this blog post we will see how to integrate facebook login with cordova for your mobile app. We will see how to integrate this on desktop, android and ios. This blog uses the ionic framework, but you can use plan simple cordova as well.

In this blog we will see what is CORS or Cross Origin Resource Sharing and how to handle this issue while developing a mobile app

In this blog post we will see how to debug your android application.

In this blog post we will look into phonegap plugins and events.

In this guide we will see what is phonegap and how to start using it on ubuntu. provides a great service to setup push notification for your android/iphone apps, features for which can be seen here

We will see in this blog post how to integrate parse push notification with phonegap for your android application.