Tablets inside the classroom For years now, PC/Desktops have been present in the classroom providing children and students digital learning environments. These learning environments are helping the teachers by providing interactive learning aids where children and students can independently work and learn. In primary schools, classrooms are filled with just a couple of PCs in […]
This is the second part of my blog on how to develop an application using Elasticsearch, Spring MVC and Sencha Touch 2. In my previous blog post part 1 I showed and explained which technologies I used to accomplish the connection between the frontend and backend. In addition I presented the steps to connect a […]
What are directives? To start with Angular Directives we must first know what Google’s Angular team defines as directives, so I copied a little piece form their website and I’ll comment on that. “At a high level, directives are markers on a DOM element (such as an attribute, element name, or CSS class) that tell […]
To continue my previous blog, iOS Development Tips & Tricks – Part I, in which I explain what tools I think are best to use for iOS development, I want to dive more into the actual code and tell you about my most used and therefore favourite frameworks in iOS.
As you might know, I am very fond of developing apps for the iOS platform. I started back in mid-2009 by trying to create an app for the Dutch Lowlands festival but I unfortunately failed to make the app a reality. I didn’t care because now I learned how to write iPhone apps! After that […]
Better late than never, a blog about iOS 7! I want to talk about some different subjects concerning iOS 7 both from a user’s as from a developer’s perspective.
Co-written by Gian Luca Ortelli and Ashkan Roshanayi. Trifork was asked to develop a mobile app for crisis management in a “GRIP 1” crisis situation for Dutch municipalities.The users of the app are municipal employees involved during a crisis situation. The app was designed in co-creation with the involved municipal employees. But what is a […]
On October 16th I attended CocoaHeads, an iOS developer meetup that is organized every few months by Peter Robinett of Bubble Foundry and other volunteers. Every time it’s hosted at a different location. It was previously hosted at Spil Games, Xebia and NOS. This time it was hosted at eBuddy. The formula is simple: great […]
It’s a fact, people that lose sunglasses or small gadgets whilst on holiday often don’t bother with their insurance claim, as it’s too much hassle. Nearly 80% of the Dutch people who have ever lost an iPad, for example have never declared their loss with their insurance company. This is what I learnt from a […]
In this blog I want to dive a little bit into developing apps for Windows Phone 8. I want to tell you something about the programming language you will have to use, the IDE and anything else you need to know to start developing your own Windows Phone app. I will also talk about ReSharper, […]