iBeacons vs. Eddystone Which One to Use in Mobile App Development Projects

First announced by Apple in 2013, iBeacons are a beacon format that allows a Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) device to interact natively with iOS apps, and to interact similarly with Android apps as well. Google did not announce their own format, called Eddystone, until 2015. Though a relative latecomer to the world of beacons, the Eddystone[…]

What is Enterprise Apps Mobile Data Management (MDM)?

As portable “smart” devices become more powerful over time, and more businesses are employing mobile-based enterprise applications for company use, the management of these devices is paramount. Mobile Data Management tools can create the infrastructure needed to ensure both security and efficiency for employees that use these devices, and help decrease the ever-growing burden on[…]

How Much Will It Cost to Develop My Mobile App?

Any company that develops mobile applications will tell you that the question asked most frequently by clients is the trickiest one to answer: how much will the creation of a mobile app cost? Although we’ve already touched on a lot of the factors that can affect the relative cost of development, we will explore the[…]

The Evolution of Ionic Cross Platform Mobile Application Developement

Last time we discussed the advantages of some of the different approaches to mobile app development: the html5-based hybrid app, the cross-platform native (or pure-hybrid) app, and native development for a specific operating system. Ionic is one technology used in html5 hybrids. It is an open-source kit that is built on AngularJS and Apache Cordova,[…]

What are QR Codes ?

QR Codes or Quick Reponse Codes are a relative new scanning technology that were invented by Toyota’s subsidery Denso-wave in 1994. This technology was quickly adopted in Japan and South Korea and has recently been widely adopted in North America and Europe. QR codes are just like bar codes and can contain many information such[…]