[livestream] Google I/O conference: Day 1

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It’s that time of year again, and I’m lucky enough to be in San Francisco representing the b2cloud team at Google IO conference. I’ll be live blogging during the day so stay tuned for all

Google Play SEO

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It is critical that users can easily find your App on Google Play, and this can be achieved by following these tips. App Name Probably the most important place to have relevant keywords. The name

b2cloud wins Mobile Design Awards 2014

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We are thrilled to announce that b2cloud has won the Mobile Design Award for Best Wearable Technology for our work with Telstra. The award recognises our innovative work using Google Glass to help empower the visually

Top 7 PHPStorm shortcuts to increase productivity

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Developers waste a few seconds every time they take their hand off the keyboard and move it to the mouse to execute an action in their IDE. I have heard devs claim that learning shortcuts

Using a .xcconfig file

Guides | Tutorial By 4 years ago

In Xcode the build settings screen can be pretty daunting for some people, especially when you start iOS/Mac development. Knowing which settings to pick can be tricky, but I still see a lot of people that do this individually for each of their projects, which makes it easy to miss crucial build parameters you don’t want to distribute your app without. Using a .xcconfig file is extremely useful for solving this problem, it is a type of file for determining build parameters, meaning you can have this file sitting in one spot and have each of your projects referencing it. If you need to make a build setting change to all your projects, you can just add it to this one file and the next time you compile each of the projects the change will be taken into account.

Pricing for Apps

Guides By 5 years ago

How much should I charge for my App? I always tell clients not to rely solely on an App to generate revenue. It must be a part of a combined strategy. People often think in terms