What are the organizer advantages of BlackBerry technology?1 704
What are the SMS advantages of BlackBerry technology?1 714
What are the instant messaging advantages of BlackBerry technology?1 744
What are the paging advantages of BlackBerry technology?1 685
Tell us what you know about BlackBerry Tablet OS?1 710
Where should we save our app data to on the Playbook?1 583
How to lock screen orientation to landscape mode?1 794
Will MouseEvents trigger from a touch?1 853
How to access the GPS/Camera/Accelerometor on the simulator?1 730
What size should an apps icon be?1 651
How to test an orientation change on the simulator?1 715
How to navigate between screens in an app?1 650
What is android?1 633
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Describe the APK format.1 782
What is .apk extension?1 750
When dealing with property declarations, what is the difference between atomic and non-atomic?
Explain in brief about the important file and folder when you create new android application.
Difference between iOS 3 , iOS4, iOS 5, iOS 6, iOS 7 and iOS 8 (What are the new features)
How to convert MVC design pattern to MVVM design patterns
Why is Ubuntu the most popular operating system for cloud?
In mapKit frame work, how to get current user location
Explain about AFNetworking. What is the base class used in AFNetworking library
DB updation when app new version comes ?
The last callback in the lifecycle of an activity is onDestroy(). The system calls this method on your activity as the final signal that your activity instance is being completely removed from the system memory. Usually, the system will call onPause() and onStop() before calling onDestroy(). Describe a scenario, though, where onPause() and onStop() would not be invoked.
Difference b/w collectionView & uitableview?
How do we do compliance for Ubuntu?
Explain @synchronized ,@dynamic
Explain application states
How to get the geolocation data on a picture?
Describe the SmsManager class in android.