For this, we will be focusing on some of the basics of how Quill.js expresses its contents in the Delta format and how you might go about processing those contents to fit your needs. The examples below begin after the JSON string is converted to a C# object. For the features that are being covered here (bold, underline, italic, font color, and numbered/bulleted lists) the class structure might look something…
The testing phase of mobile development is critical to the success of any application, and with the multitude of variations in both hardware and operating systems, this stage is arguably the most difficult to manage and execute properly. Fortunately there are a handful of useful tools that assist with the distribution and testing of mobile applications with the majority of these being free or free try. Each platform offers a unique set of functionality, so the best way to choose is experimenting with each one. Here are some of the best mobile testing platforms available today:
So, you’ve finished the initial development of your new Android Application, resolved all of the obvious bugs, and now you are ready to get it out there for additional testing. There are numerous ways this could be done, but if your ultimate goal is to publish your app in the Google Play Store it is a natural choice to use the Play Store itself for Beta testing.