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Telerik provides quick cross-platform mobile development with NativeScript. Find out more in our article! http://code.tutsplus.com/articles/telerik-master-the-perfect-split--cms-26410
There are two mobile platforms that matter most to app developers today, Android and iOS. Developing an app that runs natively on both platforms traditionally means
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"How to Build Highway Dodge With the Corona SDK" by @thatssopanda http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/how-to-build-highway-dodge-with-the-corona-sdk--cms-22829 #coronasdk
Simple, yet addictive, games have climbed the app charts and get users hooked. In this tutorial, you will build Highway Dodge, an addictive tap-to-dodge mobile game with the Corona SDK. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Medium; Tags: Corona SDK, Lua, App Development, Mobile App, Mobile Development
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This tutorial takes a look at how you can harness the capabilities of vector graphics in your apps by programmatically creating artwork with UIKit and Core Graphics. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Length: Medium; Tags: OS X, iOS, iOS SDK, Swift, Swift 2, Xcode, Xcode 7, IDEs, Playground, Vector, Mobile Development, How-To
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"How to Create a To-Do List App With Polymer and Cordova" by Ashraff Hathibelagal http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/how-to-create-a-to-do-list-app-with-polymer-and-cordova--cms-25434 #cordova #polymer
If you've been tasked with developing an Android app on a very short deadline, then using hybrid technologies might be the best thing to do. Though hybrid apps are generally slower than their native counterparts, on most modern devices users won't be able to tell the difference as long as you manage to provide the same look and feel. In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to develop a hybrid to-do list app for Android that largely conforms t...
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"How to Create a To-Do List App With Polymer and Cordova" by Ashraff Hathibelagal http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/how-to-create-a-to-do-list-app-with-polymer-and-cordova--cms-25434 #cordova #polymer
If you've been tasked with developing an Android app on a very short deadline, then using hybrid technologies might be the best thing to do. Though hybrid apps are generally slower than their native counterparts, on most modern devices users won't be able to tell the difference as long as you manage to provide the same look and feel. In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to develop a hybrid to-do list app for Android that largely conforms t...
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"Google Fit for Android: An Overview" bu Paul Trebilcox-Ruiz http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/google-fit-for-android-an-overview--cms-25466 #android
Google Fit is included in Google Play Services and allows developers to store fitness data for users in order to help users keep track of their exercise habits. All data stored through Google Fit is stored online and is accessible by the user from multiple devices. The user never has to worry about losing their information if they upgrade or change devices. In this tutorial, I introduce you to Google Fit for Android and you learn what APIs are av...
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In this tutorial, you will learn how to utilize the new Contacts framework introduced with iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, and watchOS 2. Replacing the old Address Book framework, it provides an object-oriented approach to interacting with the user's contact information. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Medium; Tags: iOS, OS X, watchOS, iOS SDK, Swift, Swift 2, Xcode, Xcode 7, IDEs, App Development, Mobile App, Mobile Development
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There are several ways to create a mobile application. You want to know what the best way is? It depends. What technologies do you have experience with? What platforms are you targeting? How much time do you want to spend building your application? This article gives you a comprehensible overview of your options. | Tags: Mobile Development, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, HTML5, Xamarin, React Native, Cordova, RubyMotion, How-To, App Development
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"How To Add Azure Mobile Services to a Windows Phone App" by @maskaravivek http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/how-to-add-azure-mobile-services-to-a-windows-phone-app--cms-24178 #windowsphone
Azure Mobile Services let you add cloud services to your app in minutes. Apps using Azure Mobile Services are connected to the cloud and can use mobile services, such as push notifications, authenticate users with single sign-on, and share data between devices and users. This tutorial demonstrates the basics of using Azure Mobile Services as a backend for a Windows Phone app. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Medium; Tags: Windows Phone, Windows Ph...
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Building watch support into your app is a great way to stand out in the crowded App Store. To do so, you'll need to learn how to target watchOS 2 and WatchKit. watchOS 2 brings all new features to WatchKit, allowing better integration with the Apple Watch hardware. This quiz will test you on how well you know the new watchOS 2 platform. | Tags: Quiz, watchOS 2, watchOS, Apple Watch, WatchKit, Swift, Xcode 7, Mobile Development
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In this tutorial, you learn how to get started with the ReplayKit framework. The framework was introduced in iOS 9 and it allows users to record their app's screen and create high-definition videos they can share directly from your app. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Length: Medium; Tags: iOS, iOS 9, iOS SDK, Xcode, Xcode 7, IDEs, Swift, Swift 2, App Development, Mobile App, Games, Mobile Development
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Paul Trebilcox-Ruiz gives a quick overview of Google Fit for Android. http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/google-fit-for-android-an-overview--cms-25466 #android #androiddev
Google Fit is included in Google Play Services and allows developers to store fitness data for users in order to help users keep track of their exercise habits. All data stored through Google Fit is stored online and is accessible by the user from multiple devices. The user never has to worry about losing their information if they upgrade or change devices. In this tutorial, I introduce you to Google Fit for Android and you learn what APIs are av...
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Tuts+ Mobile Development is all about quality tutorials for mobile developers.

Topics covered include native development with the iOS SDK, Android SDK/NDK, and Windows Phone 7 SDK, cross-platform development with tools like Titanium Mobile and PhoneGap, and techniques for building mobile accessible web sites and web apps with HTML 5, CSS, JavaScript (this includes mobile web app frameworks like jQuery Mobile and SenchaTouch as well).

Whether you want to create the next killer app or become a pioneer of the mobile frontier, we’ve got you covered!