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Mike van Drongelen
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Mobile consultant & developer (Android, iOS, .NET) | Author | Entrepreneur | Blogger
Mobile consultant & developer (Android, iOS, .NET) | Author | Entrepreneur | Blogger

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The on boarding flow in your app begins when your potential user launches your app for the first time and has to be convinced about the app’s benefits and eventually why he or she should sign up for it.

This is the process in which you want to convert your potential user (visitor) into a engaged and active user that repeatingly will use your app.

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Last Friday it was a bit disappointing to find out that Parse will discontinue its services. It used to be my favorite mBaaS as it was perfect for prototyping but also suitable for production.

If you want to create a new app using a mBaas right now there are some interesting alternatives. But if you do have an app that currently is using the Parse SDK probably your only option is to use the Parse Server.

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How cool would it be if you can debug your TV app on a real device!  For tvOS all it takes is a provision profile and an USB-C to USB-A cable to connect the Apple TV 4 device with your MacBook. How to enable the debugging option on a real Android TV is less obvious. It starts with selecting the right Android TV device.

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A complete 3D Game Engine for Android, iOS, Mac, tvOS and Windows in a single NuGet: xmn.io/1Q1lubI

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#Apple open sources #Swift, a programming language for #iOS mobile devices, in latest pitch to the enterprise. http://ow.ly/3ywEhA

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Bier en wijn. Afhankelijk van wat je gelooft zijn het godendranken, worden er wonderen verricht en kan water in wijn veranderd worden. De bieren, vooral de trappist, smaken uitstekend. Daar van word je goed heilig, man! zou je gerust kunnen stellen...

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Neyya is a ring that can send gestures such as taps and swipes to a mobile or another device that is supporting BLE. You can use it for presentations or games, although you can just use your mouse, watch or phone for that as well.

So I wondered how it works and what could be an interesting use case for it.
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