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NativeScript Tweet Bot

I’ve spent the last month building workshop and presentation content for Music City Code, held in Nashville, TN. I spoke about NativeScript throughout the conference, met a ton of new friends, and had fun building apps, and automated products. One of the products of my preparations is a cool side project I call the NativeScript tweet bot. 6 Minute Mobile Apps…

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NativeScript

At KiZAN, we’ve been searching for the right set of tools to help us be innovative, stay on the edge of mobile technologies, and delivering the most value to our customers at the best cost. We have previously used PhoneGap/Cordova, Xamarin Forms, and native app development technologies. For the last 6 months, we have been exploring Telerik’s NativeScript – a platform for building cross-platform mobile…

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Switching to the iPhone

18 months ago, I switched to a windows phone. Specifically the Nokia Lumia 1020. Recently, my phone started to behave strangely Bluetooth cutting out constantly battery lasting 6-8 hours. The Initial Switch I had an iPhone from the 3G days and loved the ecosystem. iPhone, MacBook Pro, iPad, and an entire family with the same setup. We were an iFamily.…

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Mobile UI Framework Comparison

Sticking with our recent theme in talking about mobile here on brosteins.com I’d like to compare several mobile UI frameworks. If you find that building a Hybrid App (outlined by Justin Tindle in our previous post about Building Mobile Apps Native vs Hybrid) is the right direction, you will likely use one of many Javascript frameworks. With Javascript frameworks being created and changed…

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Building Mobile Apps Native VS Hybrid

Hello, I am Justin Tindle a Senior Consultant at KiZAN Technologies and I will be providing a guest entry on “Building Mobile Apps Native VS Hybrid.”  This post builds on top of Mike Branstein’s “5 Ways to Get Started with Mobile Apps Today” post.  There is a lot of confusion around building mobile apps and what path to take for development. In this post, you will…

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5 Ways to Get Started with Mobile Apps Today

A lot of businesses have trouble getting started with mobile app development because it’s typically considered an “IT” initiative – everyone is looking to IT for guidance and recommendations on what we can do with “mobile”, because they feel it’s technical. Here’s an insiders secret: mobile apps aren’t about the technology, instead they’re really about ideas and creativity. In this post, I’ll…

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