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A Review of RubyMotion in 2015

A Review of RubyMotion in 2015

RubyMotion is a toolchain that allows developers to develop native iOS, OS X and Android applications in the Ruby programming language. But is it the right choice for your next project?

Written by Gavin Morrice
Jan 28th, 2015
Simple, Clean Persistence in Rubymotion with motion-persistable

Simple, Clean Persistence in Rubymotion with motion-persistable

While working on a current iOS app I was using the very useful BubbleWrap gem for persisting values within a few classes. While BubbleWrap is great, but I found that having to call App::Persistence[] throughout my app wasn’t ideal.

Written by Gavin Morrice
Jun 11th, 2014
Where To Find Funding For Your Startup Business?

Where To Find Funding For Your Startup Business?

One of the questions we’re asked regularly by our clients is where they can find funding to help them launch their project. Typically, the client has a great idea, they’ve already put a lot of thought into their solution and we’ve provided them with a development estimate, so they know how much it will cost to develop their solution. The next step in their process is to find the money required to turn their idea into a profitable, successful business.

Written by Gavin Morrice
Jan 31st, 2014
What's an MVP? (Minimum Viable Product)

What's an MVP? (Minimum Viable Product)

When Henry Ford first released his Model T car, it was a basic chassis with four wheels, a seat, and a steering wheel. It had all of the basic features required to make it appealing to a mass market, but almost none of the features we now take for granted in modern cars. No air-con. No roof. No seat-belts. No speedometer. No odometer. No doors. No accelerator pedal. No electric ignition. No stereo. Those were added later.

Written by Gavin Morrice
Jul 5th, 2013
How Much Does It Cost To Develop An iPhone App?

How Much Does It Cost To Develop An iPhone App?

We regularly receive emails and calls asking for quotes to build an iPhone or iPad app. The tricky part about providing preliminary quotes is that, without a lot more discussion, it’s not easy to provide an accurate estimate. Building an app, or website is a lot like building a house. 

Written by Gavin Morrice
May 19th, 2013

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