23 October 2014
As I mentioned in my previous post, we have an app Findamatic that we have developed forthe 5 of the major mobile platforms: Apple, Android, Microsoft, Google Wear and Glass. We are in the process of getting it through store approval for each platform. So far we have it in Windows Phone Store and now the Apple App Store.
What is interesting from a technology point of view is that Findamatic for phone and tablet is over 95% common code with only minor features abstracted with custom code for each OS. We now have the ability and experience is to bring your application and ideas to market and to be able to deliver that to many platforms with a single development effort. Call us.
For iPhone and other iOS users, please try it by downloading it from the store, like it, tell others how we can bring their apps to the market or enterprise. We have a few other apps in progress and several in use inside operations within our customer’s operations.
17 October 2014
We are releasing a new mobile app, Findamatic, on 5 platforms!
- Wear (watch)
- Glass (Google eyeglasses)
- Windows Phone
All of the code is written in C# and Xamarin and over 95% is common between the Phone and Tablet platforms. Google Wear and Glass are different due to the platforms being very different. This is a simple app much like but different from Magic Ate Ball we did for Android.
Currently only the Windows Phone is available on the store, but the others are on the way with approvals, beta process etc.. For the 2 of you that have a Windows phone you can try the app here. Contract me if you want to beta one of them.
With mobile getting the code working is only a small part of the problem. Xamarin is pretty good at cross platform, but interacting with the stores is a lot of work and takes persistence.
More news soon. We hope to have other apps online shortly and we have some customer non-store apps as well.
7 August 2014
Turns out there’s a book backing this up notion called Becoming a Writer (amazon), that talks about a technique of waking yourself 30 minutes before your normal wake cycle and just write and ideas flow on those delta waves.
30 April 2014
To my fellow programmers or those that wonder how our minds work. This article is brilliant. Kenny
25 March 2014
Our first promo app, called MagikAteBall. The app is mostly to promote our mobile application development service. Source to Nuts is going mobile.
It’s a really clean and simple app that shows a few features of mobile platforms shake gesture, location, search, phone dial, directions, paid click ads, and more. Get in touch if you have an app to develop!