Month: November 2012
Recently android developers in India has got something to celebrate, Google has added support for setting up merchant account in India so that developers can upload paid app to play store now onward. No need to setup Paypal or in app purchases to sell your apps. Simple follow the steps given in the Google Merchant website. Here are the links that will lead you to the same
Well, its year 2012 we all know that technology has no limits especially in the field of IT. We can see innovations emerging from every nook and corner. In the case of IT the programming world has expanded like anything where we can find new programming languages being developed for every single piece of software or for large systems. Anyways today I would like to share some interesting stuff that may pose threat to mobile developers and server side programmers. First I would discuss about the threat that mobile developers gonna to face in future.
- Ok lets dive into server side programming and see whats gonna to hamper their future. First of all let me say I am not a server side programmer and I doubt whatever things that I am gonna to say is right or wrong. Yes, lets continue. Rrecently I came across a SDK known as “Parser”. For more info https://parse.com/. I am not elongating much, in short the SDK allows our application data to be stored on cloud rather than on servers. This SDK is meant for mobile developers who need not to know the server side programming such as PHP, JQuery whatever. Knowledge in mobile development is mandatory. You have complete control over your application data. Only thing you have is an account in parse. It supports mobile OSes such as Android,iOS and Windows. The SDK has got a very good documentation where you can get started with your server side coding for your app. Maybe it might have disadvantages as well.
Whatever cross platform SDKs or ready made clouds are available still the native technologies on which the systems are built are more suitable at any situations.