LoopRocks

Couple months ago I wrote about an¬†app that Dynamo is working on – FitnessCollection. Today morning I met¬†this truck with ads of another app that Dynamo works with – LoopRocks. This made my day. I haven’t work on LoopRocks, but I’m proud of my colleagues work and that the results of the work are in demand.

Mobile Development Digest #72

May 1st is the Labor Day. Surprisingly it’s an official day off in Sweden. This broke my internal schedule and digest was not issued yesterday. Sorry for that.

This digest includes (but not limited to)¬†huge, free and fresh collections of videos from recent conferences (seems like April was most popular month for dev conferences ever). Also, you’ll get an update on Swift evolution, new iOS and Android frameworks. I received several articles from readers that worth to read.

Thanks a lot for all your responses to WWDC 2017 predictions and wish list survey. It is still far away from finish and if you had not participated yet, please do now.

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Mobile Development Digest #71

Biggest newsmaker last week was F8 event. Usually Facebook focused on web technologies, but this time major updates came from AR/VR field. It is worth to read Facebook Developers news blog to understand what FB proposed this year. Here is all videos from the conference.

I really appreciate all the people who spent some time on filling WWDC 2017 predictions questionnaire. It is far away from the state I can say – I have enough answers, so, if you have not participated yet, please do it now.

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Mobile Development Digest #70

Easter looong weekend! Only today, I realised that this is not a Monday. Sorry, for the delay with digest.

This time, for iOS developers, I found interesting articles and source code for neural network implementation in Swift (and courses for you if you need to learn basics of AI, ML and NN).

For Android developers I have something nice about Java 9, Android O and Android adoption.

Last week I run the survey about your wishes for WWDC 2017. Your thoughts are important, please follow the link and reply to five simple question. Results of the survey will be published the day before WWDC

If you like this digest or want to support then please like and retweet news at Twitter, @ALSEDI. Thanks!


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Mobile Development Digest #69

Main event of the year is not so far away from now. Apple WWDC conference will run at June 5, tickets are distributed and this is a good time to challenge yourself and try to predict what Apple will give us. Follow the link and reply to five simple question. Why? In some sources you already saw the predictions, but there are no kind of “disappointment” or “satisfaction” rating.

Due to statistics this blog visited about 3 thousand times a day (avg), plus people who is reading it by RSS and receive digest by email. So, this is good to ask and listen you guys, right? I wonder about several things: how many of your are really waiting anything? how many of my readers are ready to share their opinion? This is also will affect the blog evolution in the future.

Predictions are a good start for communication, I believe. Results will be published the day before WWDC. @ALSEDI.


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WWDC 2017 Predictions

Main event of the year is not so far away from now. Apple WWDC conference will run at June 5.

Frame from Futurama: Attack of the Killer App episode
Frame from Futurama: Attack of the Killer App episode

In fact this blog is in reading list of thousands people all over the word. Not all of us are Apple fans, but most of us more or less depends or have interest in Apple technologies. Hopefully this time Apple will give us more things which create new business opportunities or more fun.

 
Are you brave and creative enough to predict what Apple will give us this year?
Let’s try and check how close we are in feeling of the time:¬†https://alexsergeev.typeform.com/to/ZqkCLe
Results will be published day before the WWDC.