Are you building a chat application with QuickBlox Flutter SDK? Read on to learn how to find, download, and save shared files in a chat with maximum ease.
Learn how to use push notifications to notify your user of an incoming call when an application is closed or in the background mode.
This tutorial explains how to set-up push notifications in your Flutter app. Learn how to add dependencies and code so that your app can receive, send, and show notifications.
The New QuickBlox Flutter chat code sample provides an easy way to get started with our SDKs. Use our free sample to start building a modern messaging tool.
Read the second of two tutorials explaining how to implement push notification to your Android application.
This article provides a step-by-step guide for setting up your Android App so that you can add push notifications.
Read our Kotlin vs Java comparison to learn the strengths of both languages and to see which is a better choice for your Android app development project.
Learn more about the pros & cons of building chat with Java vs Kotlin. The QuickBlox SDK enables you to build a complete Android chat app in whichever language you prefer.
Since its first release React Native has made the mobile development community rethink the approach to choosing the app development model. Find out why here.
Want to discover how to add chat or video calling to your Android app? Our tutorial provides a step-by-step guide on how to run QuickBlox Android samples.
QuickBlox Flutter SDK enables companies to launch cross-platform chat and messaging apps with minimum effort and maximum effect. Here is a step-by-step guide for using QuickBlox Flutter SDK.
Flutter is making serious waves in the field of mobile App development. We provide a deep dive into what makes it a real game changer.
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