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This week was loud about Microsoft Build conference. Next to a ton of new things, MS announced that
 

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This week was loud about Microsoft Build conference. Next to a ton of new things, MS announced that it will support both Android (Java) and iOS (Object C, Swift coming soon) apps on Windows Mobile. Interesting turn, it seems MS finally gave up building up it’s on platform and starting to invite others instead. Will this save the MS mobile platform from it’s current status?

Microsoft Build Conference
Huge news: Windows 10 can run reworked Android and iOS apps | The Verge
All the Important Stuff Microsoft Announced at Build 2015 Today
iOS
App Analytics for iTunes Connect Is Here! - Sensor Tower App Marketing Blog
Android
Integrate Play data into your workflow with data exports | Android Developers Blog
Adventures in Android: User Notifications — Medium
Mobile Web
React Native - When the Mobile Web Isn't Enough - Red Badger - Red Badger
Unit Testing Your Ionic Framework
Developing HTML5 Hybrid Applications – Do’s and Don’ts To Be Considered - MobileTechforce
Wearables & IoT
AILW: Thinking about Load Time - David Smith
More “WatchKit Mistakes” — Realm is a mobile database: a replacement for SQLite & Core Data
Mike Swanson's Blog • WatchKit Development Tips
UX & UI
Pttrns | Mobile design patterns, resources and inspiration
Designing in the material style—without just copying Google « Thoughts on users, experience, and design from the folks at InVision.
1 hour of research saves 10 hours of development time
Business & App Marketing
Featured On Tim Cook’s Keynote – What It Takes | Monday Note
China is rewriting the rules of the mobile game, and Apple is still winning | The Verge
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