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).
Everybody in our branch knows the Manifesto for Agile Software Development and nobody will be tired of emphasizing those values:
… of HTML5 mobile app development, that is. Learn how our generator compares to other solutions out there and what an important role it plays in our software development process.
Almost a year ago, ditching development of our own mobile framework lead to the genesis of Generator-M – our advanced open-source generator for HTML5 mobile apps. Since then it’s been receiving increasing support from the community and we are enjoying very much to see it grow. Today we’re announcing a new feature-packed version
1.3.0 and a new name for the project: namely Generator-M-Ionic. Find out why we think the new name better reflects the direction our generator is heading into and why it should be your first choice for professional HTML5 mobile app development with Ionic.
The first connection based meshing algorithm for Bluetooth Low Energy has just recently been published under the name FruityMesh on GitHub. By using the nRF51 chipset from Nordic Semiconductors, it was possible to develop a mesh network that has a low latency and can still run on batteries.
Welcome to the third and final part in our short series about Git. While the first part covered the very basics of Git and the second part focused on merging and rebasing this post is going to cover a topic I’ve complete ignored until now: Git conflicts.
We’ve been using Git as a versioning tool for most of our projects for several years by now. Despite this, there are several key questions that seem to crop up every so often. A lot of these questions are centered around the topics of branching, merging and rebasing. What is it, how does it work and why would I want to use it?. In the hope of reducing the confusion surrounding these topics, I’ve started to write a short series of posts.