Jennifer Pike
Posted by Jennifer Pike
November 27, 2017

Protect Your App From the Holiday Frenzy

If you are a developer or have an app, you are not immune to the frenzy of the holidays. In fact, you should already be making your lists and checking them twice. Here are a few aspects of the holidays that you should be aware of.  

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Jennifer Pike
Posted by Jennifer Pike
October 12, 2017

Agriculture & Technology: Not The Odd Couple You Might Imagine

Happy National Farmers Day! As an agriculture major I often get asked how on earth I ended up in the computer science industry. Can two industries be more different? We've been growing food for thousands of years and the internet has been around for less than 50. Agriculture and technology are by no means mutually exclusive. In fact, technology plays a huge role in agriculture.

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Jennifer Pike
Posted by Jennifer Pike
September 25, 2017

Is Your App Ready for iPhone X?

The majority of changes announced at the Fall Apple Event won’t affect current apps. There is one change, though, that you should be aware of if you have an iOS app- a new screen resolution.

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Trent Nicholson
Posted by Trent Nicholson
September 18, 2017

Designing for the iPhone X

Last Tuesday Apple released their new (and expensive) iPhone X. The new phone has an “edge-less” display- something designers have been dreaming about for years! A phone where the actual device gets out of the way of the content you are consuming. It seems pretty magical. So the big question for designers is how will design change with the new, larger display?

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Jennifer Pike
Posted by Jennifer Pike
September 12, 2017

Apple's Fall 2017 Event iPhones

Every year, iOS users look forward to Apple’s Fall event. It is when new products and their launch dates are announced. What new device will land on your Christmas wish list?

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Jennifer Pike
Posted by Jennifer Pike
August 28, 2017

Changes to the App Store and What They Mean for Your App

It’s not just the iOS operating system getting an update next month. After nine years, over 500 million weekly visitors, and over 180 billion downloads, Apple’s App Store is also getting a new overhaul.

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Jennifer Pike
Posted by Jennifer Pike
July 31, 2017

The Importance of Mobile Accessibility

 

Have you ever broken a leg? You quickly identify how difficult it is to navigate stairs, operate your car, or maneuver in tight spaces like bathrooms and elevators. It is so easy to take what you have for granted. Some people live every day tackling aspects of life you never even think about.

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Metova
Posted by Metova
June 20, 2017

NEWS: Announcing IoT Security Audit Services

World Leader in Mobile Apps, Embedded Systems and Cybersecurity Brings Expertise to...

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Logan Gauthier
Posted by Logan Gauthier
June 14, 2017

An iOS Developer's Review of the Most Exciting WWDC Tech

This year, Metova sent me to WWDC to get an early first-hand look at all the new upcoming technologies Apple is releasing. This was my first time attending WWDC, and it did not disappoint. Essentially, every rumoured announcement you could find on the internet actually was delivered along with multiple other exciting big ticket items. To top it all off, Tim Cook surprised us all at the end of the keynote by informing everyone that a moderated conversation with Michelle Obama would be the first session to kick off day two. Not bad, right?

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Skye McCaskey
Posted by Skye McCaskey
June 5, 2017

Apple's WWDC 2017 News

Apple has been holding its WWDC developer’s conference this week. On Monday, during the keynote, they announced the new iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS operating systems. They also announced new iMacs, iPad Pros, Macbook Pros, and an all new HomePod which is a speaker designed to fill a room with music and act as an easy interface to Siri. It didn't stop there, though. Here's what else is new.

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Jack Malpasuto
Posted by Jack Malpasuto
May 22, 2017

News From Google I/O 2017

Beginning May 17th and spanning a handful of days, Google had its annual developer conference. Google announced what they've been working on since the last I/O conference, and wow, have they been busy! The central theme of the conference was mostly centered around artificial intelligence. If I only had a dollar for each time the words "machine learning" were said...

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Jennifer Pike
Posted by Jennifer Pike
February 13, 2017

Android Wear 2.0

Android fans are excited about Google’s release of Android Wear 2.0 and...

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