Posted: 19 Jan 2019 02:40 AM PST
Hello guys, Happy New Year. It's that time of the year when we all start making our goals for better health, improving ourselves and learn new things. Last Year, I focused mainly on Web Development side and spent time learning React, Angular, and Node JS but this year one of my goals is to explore the mobile world, particularly iOS and Android. At least that's a thought for now and I am not sure how long I can go given limited time I get to upgrade myself but I'll try my best. Btw, if you also have the same goal and want to become an iOS developer in 2019 then you should start your journey by learning iOS 12, the latest version of Apple's Operating system which runs on iPhone and iPad and Swift 4, Apple's programming language for creating iOS apps.
Posted: 18 Jan 2019 06:56 PM PST
Java has been very lucky that Android uses it as a programming language. This opened a big door of opportunities for Java developers in Android app development. Many people ask me why Java Developer should learn Android? My simple answer is that good knowledge of Android OS improves your chances of getting a job and making a difference in people's lives because Android Apps is the direct way to connect billions of people. Android is without a doubt THE biggest mobile platform in the world, with over 80% market share and over billions of devices running Android. By creating apps for such a big platform, you have a great opportunity to make a difference.
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