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    Sep

    Android L - The Future of Android

    What will Google call it? Lollipop, Lemon Pie or simply Android 5.0 L; It really does not matter. We will soon hold it, wear it, watch it and drive it. After Google I/O 2014 we are eagerly waiting for Android L which would bring uniformity across all gadgets that are more than a part of our lives. Material Design A complete overhaul in the look and feel - the user interface is more human. The objects in this design have physical surfaces, edges and shadows. The visuals, animations and interactions remain consistent across platforms and devices. This redesigned user interface is truly responsive and adapts to the ever growing display requirements of the devices we hold, wear, watch or drive. Project Volta What could really prove to be the need of the times, the Project Volta, is aimed
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    Aug

    Responsive Or Adaptive - Which Design To Choose?

    With the wide spread of mobile devices and its categories in terms of size, shape and technology, it is very essential for service providers to ensure their developed applications work and look well on each and every gizmo, be it a phone, tablet, laptop, desktop or any other mobile device. When it comes to designing applications best suited to your application, there are two famously popular design techniques: Responsive Web Design (RWD) and Adaptive Web Design (AWD). Both of these techniques are apt for web applications on mobile devices and have been on the spree since years, each of which has their own highlights and drawbacks. Depending on certain factors, it is upto the solution provider and the client to decide which approach to adapt to. Let us run through features of both of the

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