Xamarin has gained a lot of traction in the mobile development community as a viable cross-platform solution for developing performant mobile apps. When we first started with Xamarin a few years ago, the only option was to create a platform-specific UI (Views and ViewControllers/Presenters) for each platform you wanted to bring your app to. Then Xamarin introduced Forms, a solution for simple mobile apps to be created cross-platform with a shared UI that still used native controls on each platform. As many mobile apps contain as much or more presentation logic as business logic, this makes much more sense as a cross-platform solution.
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Getting an app into the iOS app store can be intimidating. Everyone has heard horror stories of long review processes, cryptic rejections, and too many things to remember. While no one is able to offer a formula to follow that guarantees a successful review, we use this checklist to make sure we have done everything we need to have a successful submission and app launch.
On December 15thof last month, ISE had the privilege of being one of the sponsors of the Planting Seeds of Innovation Second Annual Workshop held in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This conference was hosted by the University of Minnesota School of Nursing, along with the University of Minnesota Medical Center and Fairview Health System, a Minnesota based hospital network. This workshop brought together approximately 100 Nursing and healthcare professionals to give them an opportunity to learn more about the process of innovation and the tools available to them to support taking an idea from inspiration to a commercially viable product.
If you're not familiar with Amazon Echo or its competitor Google Home by now, take a look around you. You're living in the future. We can now control things in our homes, get information and sports scores, or even order a pizza (well, more on that later) all by just asking Alexa.