Yearly Archives: 2014

Why Hybrid Apps Still Can’t Compete with Native

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Hybrid apps built with tools like Adobe Air, Cordova, jQuery, Bootstrap, Ionic and Angular, continue to improve. However, these apps still lack the quality required in many situations. Here’s why: 1. Native UX = High Quality App For almost every user – regardless of

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Posted in Android App Development, Hybrid Apps, IOS App Development, Uncategorized

“If You Don’t Have a Mobile Website, You Don’t Have a Website”

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I thought this was an interesting quote from Paul Bakaus, from the Chrome DevTools team. It’s precisely what we’re doing  at DALSASS.mobi. We’re taking the conventional web development company and making it mobile-first from the ground up. All the while, we’re

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How I (Finally) became a “Mac Person”

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Here’s how I switched to Macintosh for my primary development environment. (I still use Windows for debugging and Outlook/Exchange). After transitioning from Neptune Web early this year, and then starting DALSASS.mobi, I went to visit my old boss, Matt Krom, from

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Posted in IOS App Development

Yes, Hybrid Apps can Receive Push Notifications!

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It’s a lot of work to add push notifications to any app. There are plenty of Cloud-based services that can help. But, adding layers of cloud services on top of cloud services is limiting.

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In 2016, 50 percent of Apps will be Hybrid. Your Next Step?

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Gartner’s 2013 mobile and wireless prediction: by 2016 more than 50 percent of mobile applications will be Hybrid. What does this mean for you? You may have already re-tooled your existing customer-facing websites to use Responsive Design in 2013. Read Why Your Business Needs

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Posted in Hybrid Apps

Hello Cambridge Innovation Center!

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DALSASS.mobi has moved into the Cambridge Innovation Center on One Broadway. This is a great place to be. The talent, energy and excitement here is high. (I’ve already met many top-notch mobile developers here.) CIC offers more perks than any of

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