You should already know that if there was no Syndicode digest on Friday, it will be delivered on Monday. So, this is happening today. But waiting for a digest is not a stress test we talk about. Actually, we talk about your everyday experience which is the real stress test. Of course, if you’re a good and responsible developer. There’s so much different obstacles you face and problems you solve! And the pressure you feel from your bosses or clients. But if you have chosen this profession – you have no way out. So keep calm and visit psychoanalyst as often as possible. That helps! And read our new Syndicode Digest #56 – Stress test!
As we announced before, on June 2 the professional conference for mobile apps developers Mobile Fest 2018 will be held in Kyiv. There you will have a chance to take part in iOS and Android development discussions and find out the latest mobile development trends. As mobile app development agency Syndicode supports this event and wants you to meet Mobile Fest 2018 speakers! And don’t forget about 10% discount for Syndicode friends!
One of Syndicode’s main fields is mobile app development. That’s why we’re always tracking the news related to mobile development. Today is the special day! Meet Flutter – Google’s mobile UI framework for crafting native interfaces on iOS and Android. Flatter is a free and open source and works with existing code. From now Flutter app development framework by Google is available now in beta.
On the 2nd of June, the professional conference for mobile apps developers Mobile Fest 2018 will be held in Kyiv. Since mobile app development is one of Syndicode’s main fields, we’re highly interested in visiting the conference to take part in iOS and Android development discussions and find out the latest trends. Save the date for Mobile Fest 2018!
Machine learning is proven to be a helpful step in this process, as the apps are identified with identifiers like malware, inappropriate content, and impersonation. About 99 percent of apps with abusive contents were removed from the Google Play store before anyone could install them. Summing up, in 2017 Google has removed more than 700,000 Bad Apps.