We love challenging hackathon projects! This time the team tried to improve on old hackathon ideas, but also to create something new and interesting. Check out the projects below…but first, have a look at this one-minute video we made.
Anyway, you have a few days to put together all required features. With a tight budget, you’ll want to get the most value. How to do it right?
Continuous Integration is a must have for all modern development projects, including iOS apps. Thanks to Travis you can setup full stack CI environment in minutes. This includes not only automatic unit testing on server side, but also deploying your mobile app to testers in real time.
Do you know what makes for a successful mobile app? The most obvious answer is to have a useful (or entertaining) app that works well and looks good.
Simple as that? Well, not even close!
Hiring a web development company shares the same benefits of hiring individual contractors.
But on many occasions you can get a lot more. Here’s my view on the added value.
Can you imagine building a house without an architect? Or designing a car without a drawing board?
The same applies to web design, mobile application design or any interface design. The smallest things in the world need design too.
Creating wireframes is essential in making a quality product which meets certain expectations.
The number of different screen sizes by which we browse the web is growing fast. You can imagine how hard it is for a designer to prepare a layout version for each of these devices. With so many screens, designing websites requires an unique web approach.
When the first iPhone hit the stores, the OS that drove the device wasn’t a strong competitor on the smartphone market. A year later Apple released an official SDK to the public and revolutionized the mobile software industry.
Since then, iOS got a lot of improvements and great features. One of the latest and most important upgrades comes with the release of iOS 7. Developing modern apps for this mobile platform requires knowing what the OS is capable of.
Did you ever work on a software project full of bugs? It’s a nightmare to go to current build of an app and see that many features just don’t work.
Or even worst: To see the things that used to work, but don’t work anymore?
How about a team that finds bugs and fixes them right away? One might not be that far from the other.