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Kashdroid – now shipping

We’ve finally published our Kashflow Android client – Kashdroid – which is now available on the Google Play store It’s available for free, and provides you with nearly all the functionality of the official web application – but integrates with your Android phone / tablet (e.g. address book sync, photo upload to receipts, maps/directions/navigation and quick […]

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VCi Android application – completed

Our latest mobile app has just been finished and accepted by the customer (as version 1.0) – so congratulations to all concerned! It’s taken over 6 months of development. The application is used by engineers (so reports a listing of jobs available to them) and allows them to retrieve appropriate details and update job statuses […]

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Upcoming talk – Native vs Hybrid mobile application development (WooWeb)

Tonight (2012/10/18), David will give a short (15ish minute) talk at the WooWeb meeting (Worcester, UK) covering mobile app development – specifically the advantages and disadvantages of developing using frameworks like PhoneGap or writing an app natively. Contents: Why PhoneGap? Disadvantages / Advantages of PhoneGap? Disadvantages / Advantages of Native development Example(s)

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What we’ve been up to lately (September 2012)

We think we’ve been fairly busy lately, so here’s a summary covering some of the things we’ve been up to – Released Android and iPhone apps (Food Hygiene – for ScoresOnTheDoors.org.uk). The Android release is now all native (so quite responsive and fast); both have new graphics and an improved method of searching. (See the iTunes […]

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Everything’s turning mobile – a talk given to BCS Birmingham in April 2012

Last Tuesday I [DG] presented a talk to BCS Birmingham, titled “Everything is turning mobile” (See the Birmingham.BCS.org website here). I’ve also been “volunteered” into presenting a similar talk to the Wolverhampton branch of BCS sometime in the next month or two. The talk covered a little bit of history (i.e.. what was happening 5-10 years […]

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