App discovery, it’s a major issue with the current app marketplace on iOS and Android devices. Developers are faced with a continued decline in app installs and most users don’t install any apps in a given month. With an ever larger number of apps competing for the attention of users, anything you can do to […]
This is the fourth and final post in a series of blog posts about our core tenets of DevOps. For more information on our approach to DevOps, visit our DevOps Page. The final core tenet of DevOps is Automated Testing. The goal of this tenet of two-fold: to reduce the amount of time dedicated to […]
This article is tailored toward Android, but many of the tips are useful for any Gradle project. Note: as of this writing instant run has been available as beta and has recently been released in Android Studio 2.0. I’ve seen people report many issues with it so far, so I’ve not jumped into that pool […]
This is the third in a series of blog posts about our four core tenets of DevOps. For more information on our approach to DevOps, visit our DevOps page. With rapidly changing infrastructure needs, organizations have shifted away from on-premise bare metal servers. In today’s landscape, the needs are just too unpredictable to be able […]
This is the second in a series of blog posts about our four core tenets of DevOps. For more information on our approach to DevOps, visit our DevOps page. One of the biggest shifts in software in the past decade has been the shift in release cycles. In the past I’ve worked with many Fortune […]
This is the first in a series of blog posts about our four core tenets of DevOps. For more information on our approach to DevOps, visit our DevOps page. At its core, an organization that is successful at DevOps is one that has mastered the science of automation. While many organizations have automated pieces of […]
We’re often asked by people who are just starting to build applications, what platform should I use to build my project? The answer really depends on what your Internet of Things (IoT) project is going to do. In this article, we will review both the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi to help determine which is best to use when.
As part of the 2015 Pebble Smartwatch Hackathon in Boulder, our team set out to build a Personal Locator Beacon (PLB). In this article, we’ll share our supply list, talk you through how to build one like we did, our results, and suggestions for improvements.
As more digital designers embrace Bohemian Coding’s Sketch, new doors have opened for creating and maintaining style guides. This article shares some thoughts around style guides and how to use Sketch to help construct them.
As user experience designers and developers, it is our job to create experiences that are easy and enjoyable for our users, including users with impairments. To create iOS experiences that are inclusive of all audiences, you’ll need to follow these steps.