In this blog posts developers and designers talk about how they experienced their internship at M2mobi and how they eventually started as an employee.
As usual, September is all about Apple. Every year, the company announces its latest iPhones and Apple Watches. And lots of cool stuff has been announced this year as well.
Always up-to-date with the most important news from your city or region? De ‘Regionale Publieke Omroep (RPO) has got you covered. RPO is a Dutch public broadcaster, consisting of eleven different broadcasters and regions. One of them is ‘Omroep Gelderland’ (GLD). Omroep Gelderland keeps its readers and listeners up-to-date with the latest news through live radio and TV, and an Android and iOS app as well.
Why invest in the development of a fully native app if there is also the possibility of a cross-platform solution?
For the second time, we organized the CocoaHeads meetup. CocoaHeads is a monthly meeting of iOS and Mac developers in the Netherlands and part of the international CocoaHeads.org. Every month a meeting is organized at a different venue, including food and drinks sponsored by the well-known companies.
June 5th, Apple announced its ARKit for iOS 11 during its annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC). What is ARKit and what are the possibilities of this technique? I’ll explain in this blogpost.
Content is without a doubt one of the most important factors in successful apps. Nevertheless, creating apps with great content comes with challenges. There are many people involved, all with different needs and responsibilities.
Since we released the Heineken Experience app in 2013, we keeped improving it. With the latest update of the app it is not only possible to enjoy the app during the experience tour, but also after.
Cocoaheads is a group of iOS developers, who meet eachother on a monthly basis in order to share their knowledge in their field. In 2008 they held their first meeting in Amsterdam and since then different meetings are held at various locations. During these meetings different topics are discussed: for instance like how developers can solve certain (coding) problems, projects they have worked on and the latest new technologies.
After our first release of the DFW app in November we haven’t stopped enhancing the digital customer experience. We’ve received some great feedback from our users that has been valuable and incorporated into this latest release.
Earlier we wrote about how mobile ready the top 100 Airports are. We learned that 50% of the airports has a mobile app. But how many airports are ready for one of the newest technologies: smartwatches.