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Kotlin in India – A chat with Jubin Mathai.

By | December 1st, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

Java is the default language for Android development, but there’s a very new programming language called Kotlin, which is slowly becoming the popular choice among Android developers. Google recently announced that it would now support Kotlin as a programming language on Android. Kotlin programming language is a super new language developed by JetBrains.Andrey Breslav being the lead language designer for Kotlin. Kotlin was made the official language for Android development this year at Google I/O and Java has been the backbone of Android [...]

Tips from an Android Nanodegree forum mentor – Ashesh Bharadwaj

By | November 21st, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

In the ever-changing market where we operate today, people are constantly looking to upgrade their skills when it comes to technology; and with apps deciding the future of almost every business, Android application development training seems to be the most sought after.Now is probably the best time for developers, There are officially more mobile devices than people in this world. With companies becoming a mobile-first company and increasing connectivity, career in Android Development has become one of the hottest career [...]

Mobile App Tester Syllabus – Technical

By | November 14th, 2017|Categories: Testing Concepts|

Many good QA might not know to code. So they end up staying away from anything that looks like code and most importantly and sadly, they stay out of technology and only focus on functional testing. This leads to a gap for a tester in terms of learning technical things because even if they are a functional tester - they need to know technical stuff. I have tried to come up with a syllabus for mobile app testers to become [...]

The man who created J.A.R.V.I.S – Abhinav Tyagi

By | November 13th, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

Neil Armstrong was the first to man to walk on the moon, do you know about the third man to do the same. Pete Conrad was the third man to walk on the moon. Why are we talking about this, because we at Appachhi think that the third or any Google-certified Android developer is important and is making a difference. So if we have interviewed Hari Vignesh Jayapalan - the first google certified android developer then we also interview Abhinav Tyagi - The [...]

When a zillion option are limited and you need a real Feedbayk.

By | November 2nd, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

Options and options and more options - We live in an age where for everything we do, buy, eat or travel we have options.In the digital age, we are inundated by other people’s opinions. For food, we can choose from various websites that give you reviews and help you choose, same goes for travel or even when you want to buy your first car. It almost is quite a daunting task when you read  reviews because just one negative review [...]

A Google Android Developer Certificate Journey – Rohan Taneja

By | October 23rd, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

India has huge potential in the field of Android development. The Indian market for Developers and Testers is booming at this point , we can see so much of young talent in our country .Within the subcontinent Android, thanks to its higher variety of supported devices and cheaper handsets, holds over 90% of the market share, with iOS coming in at a lowly 2% of all smartphone users in the country . Acknowledging the need of the hour Universities  supply a [...]

App Performance with AppAchhi Report – Feature list

By | October 16th, 2017|Categories: Android Performance Testing|Tags: , , , , , , , |

App Performance Testing influential Factors Focus area for Android App Performance Memory Analysis

What do inefficient app development companies do?

By | October 16th, 2017|Categories: Testing Concepts|

As of today (16th October 2017) we serve about 1250+ app owners, developers and QA. We have had the pleasure to interact with at least 300+ app development companies. When we say interact - we have actively engaged them - asking them for their testing pain points, app quality pain points, their uninstall rates due to app quality, crashes, and performance issues. Also having tested the app they signed up we also discover the quality of their app. A key [...]

Interview with the ‘First Google Certified Android developer in the world’.

By | October 12th, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

What is it that triggered a change in you ? At what point in your life did you know that 'This is what I want to do' Apparently what fascinated a sixth grade kid were the colours use in C programs his brother would show off. Hari Vignesh Jayapalan was only in the sixth grade when he knew he had a calling towards the functionality of computers , Its our pleasure to interview the 'First Google certified Android developer in the [...]

A developer in a start up: Goals

By | October 5th, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

All my stories so far have been of founders and ceo's who had a dream and with sheer perseverance they reached the point they are in right now.These dreams wouldn't have been possible if they didn't have the right team. This blog is for every individual in a team. Each member in a team has a story, a reason they are there. "One fine afternoon when I came back home from school, my father was waiting for me with a [...]