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Don't Settle When It Comes to Enterprise Search Platforms
Friday, July 24, 2015 by Mike Miranda
No company should try to operate for very long without an enterprise search platform. With so many options out there, though, you could be confused about which one is worth a spot in your organization’s budget. Let’s look at two very common workarounds some have tried, and then we will talk about why you must go with a reputable developer when you make your final d...
Localizing Your App to Drive Store Rankings and Global Growth
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 by Andrey Akselrod
When was the last time you downloaded an app written in Bengali? Or Japanese? If you’re a native English speaker, the answer is probably - and understandably - never. Though of course there are apps out there that are written in these languages and more, but not in English. And if English is your only language, this means that those apps are not available to you in any ...
Google Web Search API is Retiring
Tuesday, September 2, 2014 by Richard Harris
As promised in 2010, the Google Web Search API is being put out to pasture. The service will cease operations on September 29th, 2014.Google is suggesting that those using the Web Search API check out the Custom Search API. There are two editions of Google Custom Search: Custom Search Engine (basic edition) and Google Site Search (business edition).Google Site Search pr...
Tapstream Offers Deferred Deep Links to Enhance App User Acquisition
Monday, January 27, 2014 by Richard Harris
Tapstream is working to help developers with what it calls a “big blind spot” when it comes to user acquisition - no ability to do intent-based advertising across the ecosystem. Every user acquired is treated the same way once they launch the app for the first time, regardless of the ad or the creative they tapped on.Solving the ProblemMobile deep links come close ...
Cross Platform App Development Where, What and Do You Need it
Monday, August 19, 2013 by Richard Harris
The problem of cross-platform development is as old as computer programming itself. Cross-platform software can be divided into two types. One requires individual building or compilation for each platform that it supports, and the other can be directly run on any platform without special preparation, e.g. software written just once in an interpreted language for which t...