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Touch and Mouse Together

Written by Varun Vachhar

If you have built a web app in the past few years, you've probably had to deal with touch events. In many cases this was limited to handling tap and removing that pesky 300ms delay. However with touch devices becoming more powerful, we now have to implement more complex gestures— gestures that work for both mouse and touch. In this post we will walk through...

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Integrating Your Brand’s Omnichannel Strategy With Your Digital Supply Chain

Written by Amanda Connon-Unda

As a forward-looking brand strategist, whether you’re in automotive, beauty, fast-fashion, or any other number of categories, you need to live up to your customer’s expectations. Their expectations are in the physical realm, online in digital, and during all touchpoints of their experience with your product or service. In order to do this effectively, brands today need to fully integrate their omnichannel strategies...

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Architecting Real-Time Apps with The Streaming Web

Written by Douglas Riches

Gone are the days of banks of request/response servers supporting real-time mobile and web applications. It’s a bold statement, but today's users demand instant access to data and applications that operate with extreme accuracy. This customer need often entails development teams finding ways to stream gigabytes of information and events worldwide to devices that fit in the palms of users’ hands. The Serverless...

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Getting Started With Ionic 2

Written by Abdella Ali

Introduction The web developer's ecosystem has shifted dramatically over the last few years, and this has created opportunities for new approaches to mobile development. The Ionic framework from Drifty Co is a great example of this. Ionic came late into the hybrid-mobile-app development game, but it almost immediately found it’s place as a leader in the industry and is now almost synonymous with mobile...

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What's Next? The Mobile Ecosystem and What You Need to Know

Written by Nick Van Weerdenburg

PhoneGapDay 2016 happened in Salt Lake City last week and it was great to see how the mobile ecosystem is evolving. For me, it was a perfect start to 2016 and offered an opportunity to ponder 2015's many innovations (such as Angular 2, Ionic 2, Native Script, and React Native) and what that means for mobile strategy in 2016. 2015 Recap 2015 was an interesting...

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