Google Flutter is a groundbreaking new technology that streamlines the process of developing cross-platform mobile applications. Originally developed by Google and released under the new BSD license, Flutter is an open-source toolkit for building applications for mobile, web, and desktop platforms from a single code base. This eliminates the need ...
When it comes to choosing between a traditional website and a native application, there is usually no right answer. Websites are quicker and more efficient to deploy and maintain, and compared to native apps, are discoverable in search engines and responsive across devices. However, native apps offer inherent advantages over ...
Tech Talk by Dagna Bieda ⚫ May 20, 2016
Dagna Bieda, member of the Quoin engineering staff, recently gave the following presentation at the Google IO conference. Jean Pierre reported that Dagna made an outstanding presentation and engaged a very knowledgeable audience.
Recent reports in the technology press have suggested that Google might abandon Java on the Android platform ...
Tech Talk by Jeff Samuels ⚫ Oct. 8, 2015