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Recap of Evolve MeetUp #4

Recap of Evolve MeetUp #4

Christmas atmosphere, hot wine, cookies and food! All that for free! Come on, who wouldn’t come to this MeetUp? Okay, here is what was happening at Evolve MeetUp #4:

  1. Augmented Reality by crew Impaddo
  2. Ionic Framework by Simeon Bugarija
  3. Evolve Supported Project: Clean City
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Development Trend: Static Pages

The majority of web developers, including me, have a well-known way of creating websites. Either it is a static website showing only a few information about something or a full custom site that needs to handle all kinds of user – interaction with the site itself.

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A Review of available Android Database

Developing Android Applications often involves storing, reading and updating data. From this point, the main question is which approach to choose? There are several ways which Android developers use to save data depending on their needs.

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Facebook VR as the next social platform

Facebook & VR

In October, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a $250 million investment in VR, bringing the company’s total contribution to the effort to $500 million. With this move, Mark confused whole VR community and made us all questioning “Why?”. – Mark had the vision to bring VR to the next technological platform in social media and this time his vision is becoming the real with Facebook Spaces. 

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Apple Pay vs. Android Pay

Apple and Google are pushing the user acceptance for Mobile Payments. 

apple-pay-logo-203x203 Apple Pay was released in October 2014. It is a mobile payment and digital wallet service by Apple Inc. that lets users make payments using their iPhones, Apple Watch, iPads and Macs.
It can work with existing contactless terminals. You can also make easy and secure purchases in all kinds of apps, including apps on Apple Watch. Each Apple Pay transaction online or in-app is authorised with a one-time unique dynamic security code, instead of using the safety code from the back of your card and keeps your identity a secret throughout the process.

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