One year of Instagram on Android
Last Updated on Thursday, 4 April 2013 07:40 Written by Mukesh Yadav Thursday, 4 April 2013 07:04
Instagram is online photo – Sharing tool that enables its user to take pictures, apply digital filter to them and share them on variety of social platform like Facebook and Twitter. An application that was previously available only on iPad, iPhone and iPad Touch. Later finds it ways for android.
With more global presence, Instagram for android has make the community more globle than before.
Major events such as Brazil’s C’irio de Nazare festival, the 85th birthday of Thailand’s king Bhumibol, and a streak of severe thunderstrom throughout Malaysia have been captured by Android Instagrammers and shared to global audiences like never before.
Instagrammers for android contributes to the community in more innovative and powerful way. So, now with availability on both the powerful OS we could see further improvement, to make the user’s experience more lovable and fast to use.
Mobile Game in HTML with PhoneGap
Last Updated on Friday, 1 March 2013 07:09 Written by Mukesh Yadav Friday, 1 March 2013 07:09So, here is PhoneGap Community with one more Game Application in the Array.Fruit salad is a small mobile game w
Fruit salad is build on the model Bejeweled because it gameplay is very suitable for touch devices- you swipe pieces around to align them and make them disappear.
- HTML code for the game is very simple it doesnt use canvas.
- CSS transition are used for animation.
- Best Score is saved with Local Storage.
- Players need to have continous Internet Connection to launch the game.
- Most people don’t know they can create a shortcut icon for a web app.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 February 2013 05:53 Written by Mukesh Yadav Tuesday, 26 February 2013 05:53The first PhoneGap code was authored at the San Francisco iPhoneDevCamp in August 2008.
A contributing driver for its creation was a simple fact that almost every single newbie iPhone
developer runs into: Objective-C can be a very unfamiliar environment for web developers, and
there are lots more web developers out there than there are Objective-C ones.
The question was, could someone develop a framework that allowed web developers to leverage all
parts of an iPhone, such as the camera and compass?
Within a year, PhoneGap was winning awards and was starting to support the Android platform,
making it even more useful to the growing family of mobile developers who need to support code on
- Can that code then be ported to another platform quickly and easily, thereby reducing the complexity of supporting multiple platform?