Coronavirus ripple effect
Tuesday, August 18, 2020 by Richard Harris
COVID-19 has disrupted supply chains around the world. During emergency situations like this one, it’s vital for companies to implement an agile integration strategy to quickly and efficiently onboard new trading partners into their supply chains. However, nearly half (46%) of the businesses surveyed state that this onboarding process typically...
GPS tracking COVID-19 Coronavirus using Chirp app
Wednesday, April 8, 2020 by Brittany Hainzinger
The popular GPS tracking app - Chirp GPS has stepped up their game in the fight against Coronavirus COVID-19. They have enabled a feature in their location sharing app that asks users some simple questions when they launch the app, “Are you infected with COVID-19, are you recovering from COVID-19, are you feeling sick or feeling well?”
The results get sen...
Pair programming with two brains and one keyboard
Tuesday, August 21, 2018 by Richard Harris
Programming is usually not a team sport. I like my headphones, my lights a certain way, and my space! But pair programming is the software development technique in which two programmers work in tandem at one workstation - ugg, I know. While at first blush it would seem to be more time consuming, Roger Neel, CTO and Co-Founder, Mavenlink says it’s actually a much m...
Review: The BTS08 Wireless Speaker by iClever
Thursday, April 6, 2017 by Christian Hargrave
When you finally get sick of those tiny speakers on your mobile and want to listen to music, podcasts, or movie audio with better punch and volume, you undoubtedly start looking for alternatives to play sound through. And you will have no shortage of options either - just search "wireless sound" on Amazon and you'll find thousands of results!
So when we r...
IBM: Humanizing Digital Conversations
Friday, October 7, 2016 by Rama Akkiraju
In the Watson Cognitive services portfolio, there are services such as Personality Insights, Sentiment Analysis, Emotion Analysis, Tone Analyzer and Intent Detector (called Natural Language Classifier). These services enable the inference of one’s personality traits, sentiments, emotions, communication tones and the intents expressed by people in their writing respectiv...
The best app marketing channels that actually help
Thursday, January 29, 2015 by Richard Harris
At the beginning of each year, we all read articles with predictions on pretty much any subject - mobile is no exception. Famous hockey player Wayne Gretzky once said, “A good hockey player plays where the puck is. A great hockey player plays where the puck is going to be.”
As a guy who has been a part of an app marketing agency for the last 5 years...
Todd Anglin from Telerik Offers Insights for 2015
Saturday, December 20, 2014 by Richard Harris
Todd Anglin, VP of Product Strategy of Telerik's Platform, Progress Software has written his personal insights on some of the latest trends we are expected to see in 2015. Anglin points out growing areas such as Wearables, IoT, Cloud, aaS (as a Service), Developer languages and more will become further adopted by mobile users and enterprises. Wearables: Apple ...
May 2014 Issue of ADM is Here!
Friday, May 2, 2014 by Richard Harris
Okay first a little gloating, I'm proud to announce the 12 issue of App Developer Magazine, May 2014! The issue is over 80 pages and contains some excellent resources including everything from using Facebook to help promote your app, to knowing where to invest in the mobile industry, it's all right here!Here is the complete lineup:FEATURESGuide: Using Facebook To G...
Sick of Waiting For App Store Review Optimizely Opens Beta
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Optimizely for iOS is an optimization platform for native iOS apps that allows developers to push once and iterate daily, without waiting for App Store review. Optimizely for iOS is now available in beta.With Optimizely for iOS developers can make visual changes to an app in real time with no code required. The one-time installation lets developers get started...
How Long Does It Take To Make a Flappy Bird Clone
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 by Richard Harris
When the developer of the original Flappy Bird game
announced he was removing it from the app store, you could almost hear the
keyboards hammering away around the web with posts in job forums, and developer
groups looking for programmers to clone the app. Now that it's been a couple of
weeks removed there are at least 25 different clones in the iOS and
Android app ...
Weekly Roundup: Marmalade and Tizen, BlackBerry Developers, New School Monetization, Hyro, 2014 GDC, VLC, Rust, Opera Mobile, and iOS7 Sickness
Saturday, September 28, 2013 by Richard Harris
Top Stories for the week of 9/28/2013iOS 7 You are Making Me Sick. Really?In a recent article I came across, there are reports coming in that iOS 7 with it's warping, parallax, and other on UI screen visual effects, are making some people nauseous enough to actually throw up! Symptoms like vertigo, nausea, headaches, dizziness and more are all being reported.Initia...
iOS 7 You are Making Me Sick. Really
Friday, September 27, 2013 by Richard Harris
In a recent article I came across, there are reports coming in that iOS 7 with it's warping, parallax, and other on UI screen visual effects, are making some people nauseous enough to actually throw up! Symptoms like vertigo, nausea, headaches, dizziness and more are all being reported.Initially my gut reaction to this was, "you've got to be kidding me!" So I dug i...