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Hybrid and Progressive Web Applications

Mar 26, 2020 | by Curran Lipsett, Senior Software Engineer | Tags: Mobile App Development

Following up on the previous blog post in this series, this post attempts to focus on two more application development types that have come out relatively recently. Those application development types are hybrid applications and progressive web applications (PWAs). We will do a similar dive into these application types.


Native and Cross Platform Applications

Jan 16, 2020 | by Curran Lipsett, Senior Software Engineer | Tags: Mobile App Development

Mobile application development is and has been a hot topic for many years, and for the entire time, developers have often had to figure things out on their own. There are many choices a developer will make when deciding to build a mobile application, including the operating system(s) they intend to support, what language(s) they want to use, how they want to get their application to their users, and many others.


Is There an App for That?

Oct 10, 2019 | by Abhijeet Kher, Mobile Practice Lead | Tags: Mobile App Development

You've just had an idea. You want to create the next FlappyBird. This one will be bigger, better, and filled with micro-transactions! 

Or, you want to solve a problem using the ever evolving smartphone and make the world a better place.

Sounds great! Let's explore some potential reasons for building the app and what doing so may involve - assuming someone hasn't already created your app idea.


ISE Coding Garage Presentation Night

Aug 07, 2019 | by Daniela Williams, Project Manager | Tags: Mobile App Development

Last night the fifth summer of the 9-week ISE Coding Garage program came to a close with 26 students presenting their mobile apps for a chance at $850 in prizes. In early June, the program started with 47 self-driven students working on their own apps and ended yesterday as 13 apps were presented for judging.