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The UK App Awards announced the 2020 winners via Twitter on Thursday 12th November and Brightec were popping the virtual champagne to hear our Waterstones app was named Best Retail/Shopping app of the year.
Steve explores the role virtual reality could play in future software development
When lockdown started, I used to think that the main risk to the productivity of my working day would be interruptions from my kids...
At Brightec we are colleagues but we are also friends. We value our connection as a team and whilst another lockdown means we can’t meet socially, or share lunch times in the same way, it hasn’t beaten our spirit. Feeling connected is key.
I’ve been building mobile apps professionally for two years now, however I’ve only recently built an iOS app from scratch as a side project. This blog post is a summary of what I’ve learned and resources I used, I hope it will help or inspire you to get started on your own app.
React Native is a solid, tangible solution to develop an application at speed as 90-95% of the code will be shared across platforms.
Meetings can easily be seen as a necessary evil, something as an individual you have to endure whilst as an organisation you have to initiate.
There’s nothing like the perfect image to make your app shine. But what if you want your app users to actually engage and interact with an image? Maybe they want to zoom in, pan around, really get to grips with the pixels?
Perhaps the most important part of software development is acquiring feedback from users. There are multiple efficient ways to do this for mobile app development. Two of the most prevalent are Firebase App Distribution and Testflight. Here are the pros and cons of each and what we use them for.
Like many organisations, Brightec were introduced to a new word earlier this year - ‘furlough’.
Brightec wouldn’t exist without Andy, and his garden shed
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