Ionic, as we know, changed. Completely. So did Angular. It has been rewritten. From the ground up. It means new old bugs, new old issues, new old struggles. It also means new techniques, new options to rule the world and create a new world order. Without any further ado, l would like to welcome you to the new world of ES6, Typescript, Angular 2 and Ionic 2!
When discussing continuous integration (CI) one might find projects and teams stating they have CI because they employ CI-Tools such as Greenhouse CI, Jenkins or Travis-CI. We believe CI is not something you have but rather something you do. Continue reading →
A smooth and stress-free workflow that you can explore right now. For free! Learn how to build and distribute your Ionic app that you’ve set up with Generator-M-Ionic. Build your app in the cloud using Greenhouse CI and deliver them straight to your colleagues’ and customers’ devices with Relution! For every push to your repository you app will be built and published, making it available to everyone who needs it by a simple button press!
Ionic and angularjs will receive big updates in the near future, meaning Ionic 2 and angular2 are released. This will be the next big step in mobile app development. We are all really excited about that, but if you are developing professional software for clients as we do, you often cannot switch to frameworks in beta phase.
Starting at a new company can be pretty stressful, especially when you never worked at one before. Beeing entrusted to build up a new product and develop an Android and an iOS app however, is a completly different situation, when its your first company app ever. We began to work as interns, but we kinda felt us as normal employees. Never the less, we had a lot of support by our co-workers, and settled in quickly.
BlueRange is a novel hardware and software solution being developed by M-Way Solutions. It can be used to build and control a mesh of Bluetooth Low Energy capable beacons. The software embedded in the devices uses a sophisticated algorithm for the construction and stabilization of BlueRange meshes and can thereby ensure a maximum degree of availability.
Besides common application areas like facility management, BlueRange is intended to provide a platform for location-based services like indoor navigation. To facilitate the development of mobile applications that interact with BlueRange meshes, we have been working out a mobile SDK for the Android and iOS platform called BlueRange SDK. Continue reading →
We’re approaching the end of another year and it’s time to take a look back over the last 12 months. Also, we would say thanks to all our awesome staff, who have contributed to the success of our thinking mobile blog and for sharing their unique knowledge. Here’s some of the blog highlights 2015 to read (or to read again).