Apps

Create your own app: iOS app publication

Create your own app – Part 5.2: Upload an iOS app to the App Store

Once you have finished the development and test phases of your native mobile app, you can finally publish it in the App Store. If you want to submit and distribute an iOS app in the App Store, first you’ll have to register with the Apple Developer platform and provide various details and settings. So how exactly does one publish an app in Apple’s store?

Create your own app: Google Play ranking ASO

Google Play ranking: create your own app, part 6.1

After publishing an app on the Google Play Store, you’ll need to focus on improving the ranking of your application in the app store’s search results. Applications that receive prominent placing in these search results are likely to receive more user attention – and this usually leads to higher download figures. There are certain specialist strategies that can help your app to place more highly on...

App store ranking for iOS

App Store ranking: create your own app part 6.2

Influencing Apple’s App Store ranking is different to the indexing for Google’s Play Store ranking: app store marketing for iOS applications is governed by different rules regarding keywords. Understanding the different factors that have an influence on Apple’s app ranking can help you in choosing how to present your iOS App and optimize it for the App Store. We’ll guide you through the different...

Create your own app | Android and iOs app development

Create your own app – part one: the planning phase

Mobile apps offer us information, entertainment as well as many other purposes and are a part of everyday life for smartphone and tablet users. If you also have an interesting idea for an application, you shouldn’t shy away from creating it: developing an app for iOS or Android isn’t all about programming, there’s much more to it than that. In our series on creating your own app, we’ll take you...

Twitter Spaces

Twitter Spaces

Twitter is famous - and infamous - for its debate culture. On the platform, you’ll often find never-ending arguments or detailed stories despite the strict character limit. With Twitter Spaces, this should be able to happen a lot more easily and with fewer misunderstandings. Using your microphone and with an audience there, you can talk at length. What exactly can Twitter Spaces do?

Clubhouse app

Clubhouse app: what’s behind the hype?

Clubhouse has caught the attention of users through its new approach. Instead of writing to each other, users talk to one another – at the same time and at eye level. Discussions and lectures run exclusively through audio. There’s no video or texting. So you can listen to other users for hours or pick up the microphone and participate.

Create a Ruby on Rails Application

Create a Simple Ruby on Rails Application

Learn the basics of creating a simple Ruby on Rails application with step-by-step instructions for making a simple "Hello world" application. This tutorial is a beginner's guide for Ruby on Rails, and is designed for users with no prior Ruby on Rails experience.

Dart programming language

Dart programming language: an introduction

Dart is yet another new programming language. The Google-developed programming language Dart enables you to program apps for any device quickly, easily, and flexibly. Dart’s approach simplifies programming for many applications, makes the language easier to learn, and solves some of the fundamental shortcomings of JavaScript.

What is Google Meet?

What is Google Meet?

Google Meet is a video conferencing service that you can use directly from your browser without special software. The service is now free with minor limitations, making it very popular. One especially practical feature: Google Calendar facilitates scheduling by attaching a Google Meet link directly to meeting appointments. In this guide, we’ll present many other key features of Google Meet.

Learn to code: an intro on how to get the basics down

Learning how to code: the basics

Welcome to the digital age: every day the average American spends hours looking at smartphone screens and PC monitors. But most still lack even a basic understanding on how the programs affecting their everyday life work. If you think you may fit into this demographic, don’t worry: thanks to online courses, videos tutorials, and supportive internet communities, it’s never been easier to learn...


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