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Posted 18 Jun 2018 | Development, iOS, Android

Flutter Takes Off at Google I/O 

Flutter is Google’s mobile app SDK for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. This year’s Google I/O conference prominently featured Flutter alongside native development experiences..

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Posted 13 Jul 2017 | Business

7 Best Resources for Early Stage Cincinnati Startups

As a mobile app developer, I’m contacted by one or more passionate founders in the early stages of the startup journey almost every week. There’s always a big idea, but in many cases, there’s also someone searching for startup advice and concrete next steps.

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Posted 11 Jul 2017 | Business

What Early Stage Startups Should Do Before Hiring Developers

You have a great idea for a tech startup–let’s say it’s a killer app. But launching a successful early stage startup takes a lot more than a flash of genius. It requires a coherent, well-researched vision that allows you to execute on your big idea through a viable business plan.

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Posted 19 May 2017 | Development, Android

Kotlin Officially Supported on Android

Google I/O started off on Wednesday with some exciting new products for consumers and plenty of improvements for developers, including an unexpected surprise.

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Posted 26 Mar 2017 | iOS, Development

How to Automate Swift Boilerplate Code with Sourcery

Swift is missing features to automate away boilerplate code, but a new project called Sourcey creates a handy Swift code generation tool. Here’s how it works.

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Posted 25 Mar 2017 | Development, iOS, Android

Putting a Chat Bot with Amazon Lex in a mobile application

In December, Amazon announced Amazon Lex, and we’ve been excited about building an Amazon Lex chat-bot inside a mobile app ever since. I’ve even put together a quick tutorial below about how to let consumers talk to your mobile app by typing or voice.

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