This Month in Mobile: iPhone X Rumors, Android Oreo, and Augmented Reality

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This Month in Mobile: iPhone X Rumors, Android Oreo, and Augmented Reality

Check out the latest on what iPhone X and iOS 11 mean for mobile developers, plus augmented reality in your apps, and mobile dev job opportunities.

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This last month saw a lot of talk about Android Oreo, and what the new OS release would bring, not to mention iOS 11 and the very recent announcement of the iPhone X. We'll also highlight some articles on mobile test automation and building in Ionic, plus job opportunities and some of our free publications to take your mobile know-how even further.

5 Top Mobile Articles on DZone

  1. Setting Up a Mobile Automation Project in macOS With Katalon Studio, by Oliver Howard. This tutorial will teach you how to design automated tests for your Android and iOS mobile apps with the free testing solution, Katalon Studio.

  2. Android Oreo Tightens Up Some Screws, Adds Polish to Google’s Platform, by Shahid Mansuri. Read about the upgrades and new features in Android's new Oreo OS, and how to prepare for them as a mobile app developer.

  3. Write Your Mobile App With a Graph Database Backend, by Anthony Blatner. The size and complexity of mobile apps is growing fast. Learn how to use OrientDB, a database solution with an HTTP REST API available out-of-the-box, with iOS.

  4. 5 Tips for Building Ionic Framework Apps, by Bob Lawson. Here are some tips to get started and make your life easier developing with the Ionic framework to create native and hybrid mobile apps for both iOS and Android.

  5. 3 Mobile App Performance Issues You Can’t Ignore, by Brenda Barron. Reliable performance is crucial for your mobile app's success. Check out several factors that are essential to achieving that goal.

Mobile Development Around the Web

  1. What the iPhone X and iOS 11 mean to app developers, Richard Harris and Michael Haynes, September 12, 2017. Check out some of the hardware and software whispers surrounding the new phone and OS announcements and what they'll mean for people developing for those platforms.

  2. Google ARCore SDK releases Unreal Engine support, Richard Harris, September 1, 2017. Augmented reality is coming to Android phones. Learn about the fun capabilities this will give Android devs.

  3. Get started with cloud app dev in Azure App Service, Simoon Bisson, September 12, 2017. See how you can use Azure’s platform and infrastructure tools to build cloud-hosted apps that run on mobile devices and in browsers.

Who's Hiring?

Here you can find a few mobile development-related opportunities from our Jobs community. See if any match your skills and apply online today! Plus, you can check out our Jobs zone for way more job listings.

UI Developer (Android) 
CSG International
Location: Chicago, IL, United States
Experience: 2+ years of Java and Android Studio experience, 2+ years of experience with the Android SDK, experience in Android layout management standards.

iOS Developer
Location: Cork, Ireland
Experience: 3-4 years of experience in enterprise applications development and architecture, especially Apple Swift. Knowledge of Objective-C and Java is a plus.

Dive Deeper Into Mobile Development

1. DZone's Guide to Mobile Application Development: a free ebook download.

2. Getting Started With Appium: DZone's latest Refcard on mobile development technologies.

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