Top 7 Mobile App Development Trends of 2018

Mobile technology is constantly growing up. In present time people have become extremely tech-savvy and thinking about the world around us is simply not possible without our Smartphones. From booking a hotel to shopping, hiring a cab to pay utility bills, almost everything is available at fingertips with the mobile apps. People have started understanding the benefits of the use of mobile applications and this explains why mobile apps are so important these days. Below are the newest 2018 mobile app development trends that determine the future of mobile application development.

Augmented Reality (AR):
Both Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) and have taken the entertainment and gaming industry by storm. Nothing can prevent AR technology in mobile applications to gain new momentum in 2018.

One of the most favourable industries for Blockchain technology is trade finance. Blockchain technology provides a platform that allows the transition of digital information without the risk of being hacked. It was originally developed to support Bitcoin, it’s a digital ledger that offers durability, legitimacy, transparency and Incorruptibility.

Cloud Tech:
Cloud tech provides key benefits like streamlined operations, reducing equipment cost and hosting, increased app storage capacity and improved productivity and alliance intend to dominate 2018. It permitted mobile apps to store all their inherent data in a cloud space and processes heavier tasks impeccably on the mobile by fetching the data.
Internet of Things (IoT)
The well-known technology that has certainly made a special place in our family or homes and gave it the title of a so-called smart home is now powered by a major change say analysts. Lets’ wait and watch what it wraps in the coming year.

Android Instant Apps:
Introduced by Google, Android Instant Apps allows users to run your apps instantly, without installation. Moreover, it provides immersive apps, with objects design and fine animations, without installing them on their devices.
AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages)
Accelerated mobile pages or AMP as it’s commonly as an open source framework that rapidly loads the web page on mobile. The framework increases the web page loading speeds by stripping out elements that cause web pages to load slower on mobile. These elements include JavaScript and third-party scripts.

Security & Protection
With the fast evolution of mobile app industry, 3rd party SDKs gains power and apps collect more and more information which increases the risks, vulnerabilities and security breaches. This caution certainly calls for security & protection solutions as a great necessity. for knowing more technology updates it will be related to web or mobile.
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20th Anniversary of Open Source Software

Open Source software celebrated their 20 anniversary on 3 Feb 2018. The open source was introduced at a strategy session held on Feb. 3rd, 1998 in Palo Alto, Calif. the term “open source” was coined by Chris Peterson of Foresight Institute, John “Maddog” Hall and Larry Augustin, both with Linux International, Sam Ockman with Silicon Valley Linux User Group and Eric Raymond were reacting to the publication by Netscape that it planned to “give away” the Netscape source code by releasing it to the public
Later that month, the Open Source Initiative (OSI) was founded by Eric Raymond and Bruce Perens as a general educational and advocacy organization to raise awareness and adoption for the open development process. Open source in the first decade were primarily replacements for off-the-shelf products, while in the second decade they were increasingly components of larger solutions.

Several other events conducted that time. For example, Red Hat launched as a start-up in 1993, with the aim of developing its own Linux distribution for enterprise use.

Other remarkable dates in open source history:
1994 – Work started on the development of the free database MySQL
1996 – Apache HTTP server started its run to dominance as an open source entity on the Internet
2004 – Canonical released its Debian-based Ubuntu operating system, which brought the Linux desktop to users.
Future of open source – Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO

The future of open source is bright. We are innovating new things that will come about because information is being separated from physical objects thanks to the Internet of Things. Over the next decade, I predict we will see entire industries based on open source concepts, like the sharing of information and joint innovation, become mainstream. We will see this impact in every sector, from non-profits, like healthcare, education and government, to global corporations who realize sharing information leads to better outcomes. Open and participative innovation will become a key part of increasing productivity around the world. As the nexus of innovation continues to move into open communities, and as open source becomes more ubiquitous, I believe Red Hat will become one of the iconic names in the technology world.
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