Flutter, Google’s open-source UI development toolkit, has gained immense popularity for building cross-platform mobile applications. As with any software development project, testing plays a crucial role in ensuring the reliability and functionality of your Flutter apps. Flutter offers three main types of tests: Unit tests, Widget tests, and Integration tests,…
In today’s digital age, mobile app developers are constantly seeking new ways to monetize their creations. One of the most effective strategies for generating revenue in iOS apps is through in-app purchases. However, choosing the right in-app purchase type can be a critical decision in the planning of your app….
Introduction to Android Android is an Open source Operating system, specifically designed for mobile applications which is developed by Google. Android is based on Linux Operating system. Android applications can be developed in a Java environment. How Android works Let’s see how Android works from inside.
Passing data between Activities in Android is pretty simple than you think with the use of Intent. Intent As the name implies, Intent is “an intention to do something”. An intent can be used in several use cases.
An Android application uses its Main Application Thread ( also known as the UI thread), to perform most of the callbacks in the application. Therefore, an overload in the Main thread leads to an “Application Not Responding” (ANR) error.