How to be more productive with your apps
article I recently found out how to optimize my apps to stay on top of the world and be more effective.
It sounds easy, but it takes practice and the right tools.
This is a series about the tools you’ll need to be a more productive developer.
I want to make clear that this post is not an exhaustive list of tools, and if you want to learn more, you should definitely read this post.
I also want to stress that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to developing for mobile devices.
There is no magic formula.
If you want more, then I highly recommend you read our series on building mobile apps for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
For the rest of you, you’ll want to go read this article for some advice on how to use those tools, too.
Before I dive into the tips, I’ll make a few disclaimers.
First, this post isn’t going to be an exhaustive guide to app development for mobile.
If it is, you probably already know that.
Second, the list below is meant for a developer who wants to develop for mobile, not for someone who just wants to start coding.
For those of you who don’t want to spend time learning about mobile development, here are a few tools that you can get for free, along with a few that will probably save you some time: Google Chrome extension for creating interactive screens and widgets in the browser.
For $0.99, you get the free Google Chrome plugin that creates animated slideshows, animated GIFs, and even animated GIF clips for any site on the web.
This plugin is one of the best ways to get interactive, dynamic content to your web page, and it’s also super easy to set up and get up and running.
You can also get the extension for free for any other web browser or operating system.
A custom HTML5 canvas for your iOS or Android app.
For free, this canvas is an easy way to create your first interactive elements for an app.
Just select the element you want, choose a color palette, and hit the canvas to add an HTML5 element.
For iOS, you can use the canvas on the bottom of the screen for your app’s home page.
For Android, you have to add a tag to the top of your screen to make it look like a element.
You also have to set the width and height of the canvas.
I’ve found that a lot of developers prefer to have the canvas appear in the bottom-right corner of the window, so they can easily drag and drop elements onto the canvas without having to scroll down or scroll back up.
The free canvas also supports a few different sizes, which can be helpful when designing and debugging a new app.
You’ll also want this canvas to be in the app’s native screen orientation (ie, not in landscape or portrait), so that it’s easy to navigate around the screen.
You won’t need this canvas if you’re creating a desktop app.
I usually just use the Google Web Player for my desktop apps.
This extension is the same one I mentioned earlier, but this one is much easier to use.
Just drag the canvas from the toolbar and select the tool icon.
For Mac OS X users, I’ve created a custom iOS canvas, which is pretty much the same as the canvas in the Google Chrome page.
You don’t need to download it if you already have Chrome installed.
A free web tool for writing in Objective-C or Swift.
If your app uses Swift for all its functionality, you might want to consider getting the Objective-Cam Swift Editor extension.
This lets you write your code in Objective C, Objective-Style Swift, and Swift 3, all in one place.
For example, if you use Swift to build your game, then you might be interested in the Swift WebKit Editor extension, which lets you easily build web apps in Swift.
This makes it easier for you to add custom UI elements and code.
For Windows Phone users, there’s a free app called Objective-Snapshot, which will take a snapshot of your app from your local device and render it to a PNG file on your PC.
It’s a great way to save your work on your device.
For more on writing for mobile in Swift, check out our article on creating interactive content for Windows Phone 7 and Windows 8.
If the mobile app is a web app, then it’s a bit of a pain to write for mobile apps.
You need to learn a new language.
The iOS app that you just created might look like this: This is pretty simple code, but there’s actually quite a lot going on inside the code.
Here’s what you need to know: This code is in Objective Code.
This means that it doesn’t use the Swift language.
You still need to use the Objective Programming Language (ObjL) to create the app, but you can learn Objective-Core for Swift to make things a bit more clear. For Swift