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Ina Toncheva
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My latest blog post talks about the pros and cons for some of the most popular marketing attribution models.

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Free whitepaper: Mobile App Design that Scales. Download the whitepaper to learn more about:

    Adaptive layout and content
    Cards UI
    Applying the Google Material Design principles
    Designing for wearables

http://www.telerik.com/campaigns/mobile-app-design-that-scales
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How to easily display the Android device calendar events in your app with Telerik native Calendar control for Android
http://blogs.telerik.com/blogs/15-01-30/how-to-easily-display-the-android-device-calendar-events-in-your-app

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Mobile Design that Scales: Building for Existing and Future Devices

Is it possible to design the perfect app and user experience for all devices, from TV to wearables?

http://developer.telerik.com/featured/mobile-design-scales-building-existing-future-devices/
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Why mobile developers should care about deep linking

Overcoming the limitation of having one generic starting point for the users app journey will have a huge impact on the profitability of the mobile revenues. Read why mobile developers should care about deep linking
http://developer.telerik.com/products/why-developers-should-care-about-deep-linking/
#androiddevelopment #iosdevelopment  

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Have you ever felt frustrated while trying to package custom Android UI controls into .jar files in order to reference them in another project?
Read how to package custom #Android #UI controls into .jar files for reference in another #Eclipse project http://bit.ly/1j5aYuc  #AndroidDev

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Interaction design is the next chapter in emotional design.

"The physics of designing cards is very important. The gesture itself can be very satisfying, to dismiss a card by flicking it away. It’s like crossing off an item from a to-do list. It can feel like progress." http://lnkd.in/dKKFCNj
#mobileapps #android #ios #mobiledevelopment #uidesign  
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