Build a custom Android ROM using Android Open Source Project(AOSP)


One of the best things about Android is custom ROMs. A custom Android ROM refers to a phone’s firmware, based on Google’s Android platform. The term ROM, which stands for Read Only Memory, really has very little to do with what a custom Android ROM actually is, can be confusing. Since Android is an open source mobile operating system that means anyone can download the source code, make modification to it, recompile it and release it for a wide variety of devices. Anyone can install ROMs to their device and achieve a modified appearance and behavior. Continue reading

Firebase cloud messaging in iOS

Cloud messaging or push notification is one of those “topics” that gets left out. Primarily because we are too busy beautifying the app, or working on a new feature, or we think it isn’t a big deal. Push notifications are as big a deal as any. Whether you want to re-engage your users, or deliver personalised content, or display targeted advertisements, push notification is the way to go. Continue reading

Go ServerLess with Firebase cloud functions

Firebase Cloud function

With announcement of cloud functions beta at Google cloud next 2017 event, Google has added one of the highly requested features in the firebase suite. This is one major step from Google in making firebase serverless. In this post, we will see some of the capabilities, pros and cons, setup and deployment of firebase cloud functions. Google IO is just days away and knowing about firebase is surely going to help in understanding the upcoming firebase features. Continue reading

Interface Design for MoSync applications


“Interface Design for MoSync applications” … doesn’t sound very interesting! As a matter of fact, it isn’t. There is not much new to what I am going to discuss here. The same age old problem, the same old solution, what’s new is implementing the solution for MoSync. This blog post is based more on personal experience of working with MoSync. What’s MoSync? I’ll talk about MoSync more in the next section, for now you can think of a powerful-yet-not-much-popular cross platform mobile application development framework.

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MobileJira launched at the Windows App Store

Talentica’s Mobile Team recently launched the Windows version of the popular MobileJira App. The App, which is already available in the Android Play Store, is useful for all IT professionals who use Jira to track issues, bugs, tasks or deadlines for their projects.

Loaded with unique features, MobileJira is designed for simplicity and ease of use. It is targeted towards improving productivity and process compliance of testers, developers and managers. It helps manage JIRA tickets on the go for requirements like progress-update/resolve or close issues. It also supports major functionalities like search, issue details, updating work log/comments and view attachment.

MobileJira supports JIRA® 5.0 or later. It’s based on JIRA® REST API’s and requires the JIRA® server to run as a service. More details are available at Running JIRA as a Service.

Visit the Windows App Store to download the app.

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