Android App Development Trade – 2018

Android App Development Trade – 2018

It’s too hassle, for a bit updates in our mobile application development?
Why! either we are not aware of the latest technology or we don’t want an upgrade. Have you ever do google before your development phase start?
Don’t worry we are updating with the latest Android app development trade of July 2018.
As we all cognizance with updations of the market, Every month new technologies come, replace the old ones and then get succeeded by something more advanced.

1. Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) –

Google and Twitter joined hands to work on AMP, a stripped down version of HTML that makes mobile pages load faster on mobile devices. AMP allows only asynchronous JavaScript. AMP pages can’t include any author-written JavaScript.

The Benefits of AMP –

  • Keep your audience engaged
  • Maximize your revenue
  • Maintain flexibility and control
  • Reduce complexity in your operations
  • Maximize your ROI
  • Build for a sustainable future

2. App Security –

App Security should be most prioritize thing today after had many incidents of leakage users data. There have new guidelines has released by European General Data Protections. There are ample techniques or applications which build your apps secure.

  • Write a Secure Code
  • Encrypt All Data
  • Be Extra Cautious With Libraries
  • Use Authorized APIs Only
  • Use High-Level Authentication

3. Android Jetpack –

Jetpack is a set of libraries, tools and architectural guidance to help make it quick and easy to build great Android apps. It provides common infrastructure code so you can focus on what makes your app unique.
Android Jetpack components are a collection of libraries that are individually adaptable and built to work together while taking advantage of Kotlin language features that make you more productive. Use them all or mix and match!
On the broad level, we can define Android Jetpack Components.

  • Foundation – Foundation components provide core system capabilities
  • Architecture – Architecture components have classes that help manage your UI component lifecycle, handle data persistence, and more.
  • Behavior -Behavior Components help you design robust, testable, and maintainable apps.
  • UI – UI components make it easy for you to make your app not only easy but delightful to use.

4. Instant Apps –

Previous two-year google has been launched many updates and features for market strategy & Mobile applications while Android has too upgrading. Google launched a new feature in Android devices called the instant apps. The aim is to make it easy for users to use an android app without actually downloading it. The user can try the mobile app using the play store and download it only if they feel the need and have the requisite storage.

5. IoT –

The Internet of Things (IoT) allows the use of sensor technologies in non-IT devices to enable remote control, automation, and monitoring. With a boom in IoT applications, it is obvious for developers to opt for the most noticeable choice when it comes to remote devices. A majority of IoT devices already rely on mobile devices to syndicate data, especially in the case of consumer IoT. With the surge in overall uses of IoT, we will see more mobile apps meant for the management of these devices.

6. Mobile Payments –

The blockchain is not the only way to revolutionize mobile payments. With the rise of eCommerce, there is also a complimentary rise in the number of mobile payment apps and mobile banking. Also, more and more mobile payment mechanisms emerging. Consider the recent initiative of scan and pay system leveraged by VISA cards and Samsung. Soon there will be mobile payment apps leveraging that and more.
We need changes or dynamism in our development for making a user-friendly and popular application. Apps should be compiled and it should be a package of the latest techniques, so we can assure recommend our audience that we had made the best application.

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