This week, we’re bringing out a toast on the updated Heineken Experience app. An interactive tour through the former brewery of the world-famous beer brand. The updated app, available since this week for Android and iOS devices, has been developed to increase interaction and personalization during the tour.
About a year ago, Google announced that the company will pull the plug on its app development tool Fabric in mid-2019, making Firebase - Google’s mobile and web development tool - the unrivalled go-to for app developers. And now that the end of Fabric is coming near, we decided to delve deeper into the challenges that come with this transition.
January 9, 2007: Apple announces to reinvent the phone with the introduction of the iPhone. A groundbreaking day for not only consumers, but for app developers as well. The iPhone was launched with an advanced webbrowser for mobile called Safari. Those who wanted to build an app had to choose between four different options from this day on. Going for the development of a completely native app or choosing for a web, cross-platform or hybrid app? The differences? You read them below.
You have probably had a chat once with Siri or Google Assistant, the so-called voice assistants of the two largest operating systems iOS (Apple) and Android (Google). Voice assistants seem to be getting more and more important in the ever-growing world of smartphones and wearables. Will our keyboard soon become a thing of the past and will voice be the new touch? While the battle for the smartphones has not yet been fought, the battle between the ‘voice assistants’ is rising. An increasingly number of companies see opportunities in this battle and decide to...
MariaDB is the database of choice for the backend systems powering some of our larger mobile applications. One reason we opted for MariaDB is its support for pluggable storage engines, which greatly expand its versatility.
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.
In part 3 of our blog series, we deepen into the possibilities of Indoor Wayfinding when Indoor Positioning has been implemented too. Finally, we take a look back at our blog series. Is Indoor Wayfinding and Positioning the right solution for your venue?
In this second part of our three-part blogseries, we take a look at Indoor Wayfinding. What is Indoor Wayfinding? How does it work? And what factors play a part when choosing for this functionality? You read it below.
Getting from A to B can be a tough job in complex buildings. Universities, hospitals, airports and shopping malls welcome millions of visitors a year. Finding your way through all those visitors is not always as easy as you want it to be.
The world of mobile is moving faster and faster. Together, we downloaded a record number of apps in the first quarter of 2017. But, the fact that we downloaded many apps does not mean that we also use them on frequent basis. Personal relevance is becoming more important.
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.