In order for a website to have any impact on the web, it has to be seen. Knowing how many people have visited the site and if it's effective enough to keep them coming back again and again is key. The world wide web is a densely populated jungle of competitors fighting for the consumer's attention, and in order to stay ahead of the pack, it's good to know the facts.
With millions of Android devices across the world, it is important for Android applications to be available in several languages. Developers often overlook the fact that localizing their applications is a great way to get market share in regions of the world where English is not necessarily the language of preference on the device.
Early this year, Graphcool introduced GraphQL bindings. After months of developer feedback and a host of new use case scenarios, version 2.0 of GraphQL bindings is here. 2.0 includes API changes, automated code generation, new tooling, create your own binding options, easier integration and more.