A mobile app is a great way to bring new ideas to life, add value for your customers, or boost awareness of your business—but only if you can build a quality mobile experience without breaking the bank. And nailing down the cost of an app in advance isn’t exactly easy. App development costs can range […]
These days grocery stores are facing many challenges, like high maintenance costs, price competition with online stores, and limited business hours. All of these issues can be solved with unmanned grocery stores.
If you are building a mobile application of any sophistication, you are likely to need some services to support your app. You’ll need a way to distribute your app for testing prior to submitting to the app store(s), as well as analytics, error logging, crash reporting, and possibly user and data management services. Of course, […]
Your company needs a mobile app and you want to save money (of course). You want the app live last week, and you’d really like to avoid hiring Android and iOS devs on top of your existing web team. In light of these considerations, going the hybrid route looks like a pretty good option. Hybrid mobile […]
Kotlin is a JVM language that hit version 1.0 about a year ago (February 2016). It is developed by JetBrains, the same people who make my favorite suite of IDEs. The language itself is open-source under the Apache License 2.0 and is developed as a community project over at kotlinlang.org. Kotlin is something that I […]
Pixel density is the number of pixels per linear physical unit. Measured in pixels per inch (ppi or dpi). Pixel density and resolution are technically the same thing, but often people say “resolution” to mean “pixel count,” a related metric: count = densityH * width * densityV * height When other things are held constant:
Working as developers, we are focused on the low level technical details of a product, being that a website or an app. This heads down approach often makes us not to pay attention to many high level details that are crucial to bring our product to success. The typical path for a developer, at least […]
Great Design Pattern for Great Work Most app development cannot avoid being composed of three parts: database/model, UI and the business logic associated with them. There are already many design patterns that allow for more structured communications between model and UI; for example, MVP and MVC.
Howdy, lazy bum! Enjoying the ReactiveX magic? Want to take a look at polling? I’ll be walking you through a solution I put together for one of our up and coming apps! It works rather well, I learned a lot, and so far no complaints…although there are no users yet either! Feeling quite charitable, I’m going to […]