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How to Generate a QR Code using Google QR Code API and PHP

This tutorial tackles how to create a QR Code using Google QRCode API with PHP. QR stands for Quick Response and as per Google Dictionary description, it is a machine-readable code consisting of an array of black and white squares, typically used for storing URLs or other information for reading by the camera on a smartphone.

Google Unveils Beta Version of iOS, Android App-Developing Tool "Flutter"

One of the usual tasks of many developers is creating an android or an iOS app. However, undeniably, it is a complex thing to do and several advancements in the field like the release of "Flutter" is a big help to developers. What is Flutter? Since last year, developing android and iOS apps is more convenient and less complicated with the help of Flutter, an open-source toolkit. It is designed to aid developers in creating cross-platform apps.

Google's AI "AutoML" Makes Jaw-Dropping Records

Artificial Intelligence or AI which works and reacts like humans is one of the widely-talked about topics in the field of web and app development now. It has undeniably affected the mobile app development in several ways including the fact that it helps provide a unique experience to every user as it can detect and make analysis out of the activities of the clients.

Google Reveals Linux App Will Soon Be Supported By Chrome OS

Many developers prefer to utilize Chrome OS machines in their work. However, undeniably, it requires a great amount of effort to make Linux apps run on the said machines. A developer has to boot Linux on their device to be able to do so or utilize Crouton or another app. Have you ever imagined of Linux app being supported by Chrome OS? That imagination will soon come to reality. Google recently announced during a developer conference that it is adding the Linux app support to Chrome OS.

Google Cloud Announces Node.js Runtime Now Supported In Its App Engine Environment

Recently, a good news for the developers has crossed the surface. Google Cloud has paved the way to make it easier and simpler for the developers in writing the server code in JavaScript. How? Based on a recent article on Developer, the Google Cloud has made an announcement that its App Engine environment is now supporting Node.js, a fast cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment which makes it possible for the server code to be written in JavaScript.

Google To List Only Android Apps With 64-bit Support On Play Starting Aug 2019

Undeniably, lots of people around the world are using Android mobile phones, tablets, and other gadgets. Thus, Google Play is the venue where most people download applications that are needed for work, school, or simply for entertainment purposes like games, photo editors, and video makers. To ensure that the Android users get apps that are of high performance and security, Google has decided to implement some changes.