When weighing the merits of an iPhone versus an Android, buyers usually consider things like design, user interface and operating system more than device-specific apps. It's the latter, however, that can really make or break a phone during everyday use.
What makes an app great? Why do users choose one app over another? Let's look at a few points of contention that separate the great, the good, and the ugly.
I’ve written about responsive design on Unbound before, but that was really a breakdown of mobile app vs websites. I think websites are maturing into the territory where we have to refine our terminology a bit.
Sometimes I wish I’d listened to Uncle Owen. He was right about a few things, after all. He didn’t have to get so burned up about it, though. I was just a boy from a Tatooine moisture farm, after all. Now, here in Bespin, I know all about the beautiful life, here among the clouds.
Yea, I’m a major Star Wars fan, and looking back, I can trace my own personal journey towards the cloud like a couple of episodes of those excellent movies from the golden age of space operas.
We’ve been pondering and designing our mobile version of this for some time now. What I can tell you today is that it’s almost ready. I can’t wait to show this stuff to the world!
Search has evolved in the last few years. So why is it that we still can't find what we're looking for?
Agility Director of R&D, Joel Varty, was recently interviewed on Microsoft's Canadian Developer Connection by Jonathan Rozenblit to give the story of Agility in the Cloud.
No content management system (CMS) can do it all when it comes to search engine optimization (SEO). To get the best search results, your content must be woven into the very fabric of the web. This list will help you configure your CMS for optimal SEO.
In this short video, I talk with Joel Varty, one of Canada's top authorities on cloud computing, about the benefits of the cloud over installed software.
We were sitting on an aging set of servers and limited resources for hosting our own software. We were growing faster than our capacity to service new hardware. Find out how we moved over a hundred databases, websites and applications to the cloud in 3 months.