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Keep a Downstream git Repository Current with Upstream Repository Changes

Git is a very wonderful and revision management system as we all developer know it. Git has itself an advance level bus architecture. Today Git is very useful for every IT industries they are using it very frequently. But still Git has hold many hidden features, which we have not know yet. So today I […]

Google and Salesforce partnership

Finally, world top two companies unveil partnership done. Each of them is knowing as its best product and those are no need any kind of identification. Their product collaboration not only increases the user ability but also customer product rating itself. Huh, Yes you’re correct I’m talking about Google and Salesforce’s partnership. Some day ago […]

Designer & Developer Collaboration

Android App development is today key of the market. There are huge kinds of applications available in a market as per your requirement. But usability of application depends on two things one is its Ui/Ux and second is the performance. As the designer is designing such as fascinating designs for apps. But after that designer […]

Circular reveal animation on Android

Hey folks, I was looking to make my app Ui/Ux more attractive and fascinated so I used circular revel effect when I was moving one screen to another screen. 1.Let create circular reveal f(n) using ViewAnimationUtils class. // create the animator for this view (the start radius is zero) Animator circularReveal = ViewAnimationUtils.createCircularReveal(rootLayout, x, y, 0, […]

Feeding Server Timing API from ASP.NET Core

There is a number of Web APIs which allow measuring performance of web applications: User Timing API (access to high precision timestamps) Resource Timing API (timing information related to resources on a document) Navigation Timing API (timing information related to navigation and elements) The youngest member of the family is Server Timing API which allows communicating the server performance metrics […]

Android: Overdraw, Why Should We Care?

Recently I am looking for new stuff for you and i found really interesting fact of our android app. Which is very interesting, Have you look it your android app, why it is slow or and crashes happens some time, all those dispute things happen because we are doesn’t carrying about overdraw and CPU using […]

Android basic app

Today I’ll tell you how to start with Android. For the readers who are familiar with basics of Java, it will be easier for them as code is written for Android apps requires Java programming.

Animated Splash Screen to you Android App using Android Studio

Today I am switching you to one finest technology of this world and that is Android. In this tutorial I am showing you how you can create a animated Splash screen which is the first part of any android application creation.