7 Hottest Summer Web Design Trends

7 Hottest Summer Web Design Trends

Web Development Trends

Building an ordinary website is not that easy as creating an effective online marketing tool with a modern design. A nice-looking and well-optimized site requires a lot of time, investments, and even inspiration. So, how to create a good website design in order attract more clients?

ChatKit Library for Android Apps

ChatKit Library for Android Apps

ChatKit Library

In the world of iOS development there is a well-known JSQMessagesViewController library which helps iOS-developers to implement UI chat in their applications easily. Unfortunately, Android developers are deprived of such a wonderful tool. Therefore, we decided to give Android developers wide options for creating a fast and attractive user chatting interface in their apps.

iOS Development: Best Practices

iOS Development: Best Practices

iOS development. Best practices

Hello. In this article, I will try to give some tips on writing a code for beginners in iOS development. I will not dive in much details, since it will take a lot of time (to be honest, I’m just too lazy). The essence of this article is to help to create good and stable applications; demonstrate how to do it, and how not to; develop your habit of writing a good and comprehensive code.

CSS Transitions and Animations. Motion Path Module CSS

CSS Transitions and Animations. Motion Path Module CSS

CSS Transitions and Animations. Motion Path Module CSS

Before CSS3 rising, front-end developers were tossed into a cold sweat, when they heard a word «animation». And all because one reason: it was very non-trivial task to make quality and beautiful animation at those old days. CSS could not do it, so all the animations were made with JavaScript. We’ve had to shovel a lot of forums to find the same fellow sufferers, and to spend a lot of time on development process, but in the end you might hear from your lead designer: «All right, could be worse.» And when finally CSS3 went to release state, the fireworks were shot hard until the morning, and the champagne flowed like a river. It was a memorable day for all web developers (the next such day was when Microsoft announced the termination of Internet Explorer support). With the advent of CSS3, many previously challenging issues turned into a simple and pleasant tasks. The same applies to animations in CSS.

Simple unit tests for Android

Simple unit tests for Android

Simple unit tests for Android

The time has come to share with you this small article on testing Android app logic. It didn’t occur to me that it is a significant component of Android app development for quite a time but it’s never too late to learn, neither for you, nor for me :)

Learning Android gestures

Learning Android gestures

Learning Android gestures

What happens within the system when a user touches the screen? And even more important — how to handle it right? The time has come to figure everything out once and for all! Today’s post is on what I’ve learned about Android Touch System and my experience with it.

How to create and publish your first Android library

How to create and publish your first Android library

How to create and publish your first Android library

Sooner or later every Android developer accumulates a fair amount of ready-made solutions and decides that it would be great to share them with the rest of the world. Unfortunately, most of us never get down to it since every solution should be turned into a separate library and put into a separate open repository. Plus, some tend to think that it’s all too complicated to even bother. Here I’d like to bust this myth since with Gradle coming into Android stack sharing your library with the world is much easier than it used to be.