The process of completing an app relies on multiple factors: the required team, agency experience, app complexity, and overall price. Atomic Robot breaks down each step from idea to execution.
Flutter is Google's mobile app SDK for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. This year's Google I/O conference prominently featured Flutter alongside native development experiences.
We were recognized by Clutch, a research firm located in Washington, DC. Their goal is to help potential buyers find companies that suits their needs and simultaneously help companies like Atomic Robot stand out from the competition.
As a mobile app developer, I’m contacted by one or more passionate founders in the early stages of the startup journey almost every week. There’s always a big idea, but in many cases, there’s also someone searching for startup advice and concrete next steps.
You have a great idea for a tech startup–let’s say it’s a killer app. But launching a successful early stage startup takes a lot more than a flash of genius. It requires a coherent, well-researched vision that allows you to execute on your big idea through a viable business plan.
Apple announced a number of hardware udates and debuted some new products, but following the keynote the focus switched to a number of new technology kits and improvements for developers. These are some of our top developer picks from WWDC 2017.
Google I/O 2017 has come and gone, giving us time to digest the keynote and technical sessions. The keynote announced a key strategic shift for Google, new improvements to existing products and even a surprise announcement!
Google I/O started off on Wednesday with some exciting new products for consumers and plenty of improvements for developers, including an unexpected surprise.