Together with Matt Netkow from Ionic we discuss cross-platform app development based on web technologies and progressive web apps (PWA). For everyone new to app development, we’re also introducing the key strategies for creating apps and compare some of the well-known app development frameworks in this area. And don't forget... read more →
My second talk last week at the Mobile Tech Conference in Munich was about Google Glass. At hybris, we've explored the two main ways to get content onto Glass - using the Mirror API and also native Apps using the Glass Development Kit (GDK). Of course we've been applying our... read more →
We've been exploring and implementing geofencing features in our Android prototypes even before Google added geofencing support to the Android OS (official Geofencing was added via the Play Services Add-On soon after Google I/O in May '13). One example that we showcase on conferences is the hybris Wishlist & Wallet... read more →
If you did not have the chance to visit the mobile tech conference in Berlin, you can still take a look at the two presentations. Just click the preview images below.
While our travel planning for the hybris Labs Roadhow (I guess one can call it like that) is underway, we'll next be at the MobileTechCon in Berlin. To be exact, this is only me - Sven - and I'll be in Berlin for September 3rd and 4th. At MobileTechCon I'll... read more →