The AR.Drone SDK 2.0.1 is sadly old The Parrot AR.Drone SDK 2.0 was released in June 2011, and its latest update dates back to December 2012. Yet, the AR.Drone 2.0 is still being sold today and many people are still developing for it: independent tinkers, students on university projects, companies researching on AR/VR and more.(…)
When developing an app, it’s extremely important to have your app spell checked. Any mistake (obvious or not) will make your app look unprofessional. A misspelled word shows a lack of excellence. (…)
After years of hesitation, Apple finally includes the Near Filed Communication (NFC) technology into its latest Smartphones, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus, and its very first Smartwatch, Apple Watch.
Android developers often find themselves using Logcat when debugging their applications. In this blog post, I would like to share some useful tricks and tips for Logcat. Tips & Tricks Getting Help Use adb logcat -h to get the usage menu of logcat (this option doesn’t exist and logcat just prints the usage text and(…)
As the applications of NFC technology is growing into various products, a proper Infographic can help to have a established overview of the movement of this technology. Here is SUPENTA, we have developed an Infographic about growing NFC technology use cases in real life. The growth of NFC use-cases among large companies to Startups is(…)
In the previous blog post, I tried to clarify what Android styles and themes are and how you can easily customise your app. So, now you’re an expert. You’ve spent hours playing with fonts, colors, margins, sizes, animations, etc. and you handle resource and drawable files like nobody else. But if you’ve ever tried to make(…)
Android is really a beautiful platform to develop on. It has a well-thought framework (Activites, Intents…), smart concepts (Java-XML relation, scalable 9-patches…), precise documentation and helpful tools to make designing your own app become a real pleasure…