Blogs

Apple’s iPhone Xs Event—What you need to know

Sep 26, 2018 | Matt Klinkhammer

Embrace the notch Last year, only one Apple phone had a notch in its screen—the iPhone X. With that, Apple introduced a whole new paradigm for end users and app designers. Since only one phone…

Top 10 Ways to Optimize Your Blog for SEO

Sep 5, 2018 | Paul Flamiano

As a general rule, search engine algorithms prefer fresh content, which explains why blogging is popular among SEO strategists.  The very nature of blogs lends itself to delivering fresh and updated content.  Blogs are typically…

Getting ready for iOS 12

Aug 30, 2018 | Matt Klinkhammer

Apple’s iOS 12 will soon be upon us, so it’s time to start preparing your apps for the launch. This latest iOS brings a handful of new features to the table as well as a…

Before You Hit “Send,” Make a Phone Call, Instead

Aug 28, 2018 | Sam Scalzo

Let’s say you’re an Anexinet salesperson who wants to make a couple of loyal customers aware of our new products. Have you recently asked yourself, “When was the last time I spoke to Bob or…

Angular Corner: Pro Unit Testing

Aug 17, 2018 | Jason Lenthe

Welcome to Angular Corner! This is the second in a series of articles that provide strategic advice and practical tips for developing high-quality web applications using Angular. If you haven't done so already, check out…

ASP.NET Core + FluentValidation + Swagger

Aug 8, 2018 | Travis Parks

Starting off on the right foot In past projects, documenting my APIs was a “nice-to-have” (so it never happened). Unfortunately, once you’ve created a sizeable code footprint, going back and adding missing documentation after the…

How Reference Stories Solve the Challenge of Story Estimation across Teams

Jul 17, 2018 | Mike Kushner

Are you trying to calculate the sizes of complex features? A feature is composed of many stories that may have been estimated by different teams. But are those estimates consistent across teams and over time?…

Design for Your User (the Device Doesn’t Care)

Jun 27, 2018 | Anthony Fronzeo

It’s easy to get bogged down in technical specifics and specs, especially when building apps for multiple devices. A trap many devs, designers and PMs fall prey to involves requiring separate designs for each screen…

Embracing the Notch by Keeping it Safe

Jun 5, 2018 | Matt Klinkhammer

Design and development with the iPhone X in mind The iPhone X introduced a whole new paradigm to iOS. Between edge to edge display, an absent home button, Face ID, and a whole host of…

The Modern Mobile App

May 30, 2018 | Paul Flamiano

As with any digital channel, mobile apps are constantly evolving. Driven primarily by consumers, mobile apps need to keep up with user demands and preferences, including the maturing generation of mobile consumers, and even more…