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iOS 10 Beta 2
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Android Instant Apps

On May 18th, day one of Google’s annual dev. conference Google I/O, among the many product demos was the announcement of the next major disruptor in the mobile application market: Instant Apps.

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iOS Niceities Part 1 - Notify

This will be part 1 in an N-part series of posts about some niceities I’ve noticed within the iOS platform. Before I’m inevitably labeled an iOS/Apple product fanboy, allow me to offer this: Each platform has its benefits and drawbacks. In many ways iOS is inferior to its Android rival. Android is ubiquitous, it represents much more than iOS with respect to serving as a complete OS. A basic example of this is established in a report by StatCounter.com that indicated by January 2016 virtually all countries in the world have gone Android-majority with only a few minor exceptions. This doesn’t include the many tablet-based and embedded platforms that have adopted Android. In many ways it’s clear that Android is the superior OS.

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Reliance On Web Applications

Every day, features of traditional websites approach those of stand-alone desktop programs. Strictly informational websites with simple indexes and content still have their place on the web and they probably will continue for a long time, but this post isn’t about that.

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Factor In Some Authentication

Very simply, multi-factor authentication (hereafter referred to as MFA) is an access control system. In English, this means its a system which lets you (and only you) into your account while simultaneously keeping everyone else out.

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