android

Introduction to Appium and it’s Drivers

Reading Time: 5 minutes In this blog we will see what is Appium and what are all the requirements for installing and running Appium on your system. Appium is an open source tool used for testing android, web, iOS and windows application as well. Appium is supporting native and hybrid applications as well where application is developed for on native platform such as for android or iOS. It also Continue Reading

Why Ionic over others and what is crosswalk.

Reading Time: 2 minutes In our previous blog (Intro to Hybrid Mobile App Development and Ionic Framework), we have seen what is hybrid mobile application and its architecture with the introduction to Ionic framework, earlier we were concerned about using the ionic framework over others, so in the series we are going to compare and understand why ionic framework only, what are the difference and improvements that makes ionic Continue Reading

Digging Macroid – The first sod (Scala on Android)

Reading Time: 3 minutes Android, an operating system runs on millions of devices, based on Linux Kernel and and uses Dalvik/ ART as their process virtual machine with trace-based just-in-time compilation to run Dalvik “dex-code”, which is usually translated from the Java bytecode.Most of the application that runs on Android are made with Java , which is an imperative programming language with powerful features. However rise of the functional Continue Reading