admin

Why Your Team Needs a Standard Architecture

13 minutes read

Introduction

This post will explain how implementing a Standard Architecture in ChaiOne's Engineering Department has helped us, and why you should implement a Standard Architecture for your own team.

Read More

The Role of UX Research in Designing a Mobile App

4 minutes read

 

Read More

Why Should We Use an Actual Device for Testing Mobile Apps?

4 minutes read

Mobile applications — or apps — can be tested using simulators or real devices. At ChaiOne, the developers use simulators for unit testing. The build is then sent to QA for actual testing. The term actual refers to testing on actual or real devices. Using actual devices for testing verifies the real user environment and ensures delivery of high quality mobile apps.

Read More

Lessons Learned in Starting iOS Development

6 minutes read

When I first started developing for iOS, I often asked myself, "How can I quickly become an efficient iOS developer?" I did some research online and asked several engineers I met in school. Yet, I never received or found an answer I was satisfied with. Now I know this is a hard question to answer because each person has his or her own way of learning code.  However, I do believe there are some common ways for beginners to learn iOS development.

Read More

How Utilities Can Improve Customer Retention with a Mobile App

6 minutes read

16,000 percent.

Read More

Utility Companies: Rethink Your IoT Information Security Strategy

5 minutes read

A few researchers plugged their laptop into a spot behind the dashboard of the Tesla Model S and started the car with a software command at a digital security conference this month. Even scarier: they planted a remote-access trojan while the laptop was plugged in and then cut the engine from the same laptop while someone else was driving later. That very night, Tesla sent out a patch to correct the vulnerability.

Read More

O&G + IIoT = >$ | Benefits of the Industrial Internet of Things in Oil and Gas

4 minutes read

Have you realized? We're living in a world with drones and sensors. The sound of this is like something out of a movie, but it's real. In fact, drones and sensors are changing the oil and gas industry. Some oil and gas companies are already looking into deployment options for drones. Why are oil and gas companies investing in drones and the Internet of Things? The rise of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is allowing first-mover Oil and Gas (O&G) companies to dramatically increase...

Read More

ChaiOne Employee Spotlight: Evelina Tapia, PhD

7 minutes read

Evelina Tapia, PhD

Senior User Experience Researcher at ChaiOne

This month’s ChaiOne Employee Spotlight is on Evelina Tapia, PhD, a Senior User Experience Researcher at ChaiOne. As a Senior User Experience Researcher, Evelina helps companies define requirements for any technology that they are thinking of building from the perspective of the actual user that is interacting with the technology.

Read More

Elixir Concepts : What You Need to Know Now

13 minutes read

Elixir is a language built on the Erlang virtual machine. It was written in 2011 by José Valim. Elixir has a Ruby-like syntax but it behaves in a much different way. In this blog post we won’t go over syntax. There are many resources that go into great detail on Elixir syntax, so I want to talk about the what makes the Elixir language intriguing.

Read More

Subscribe to
our Newsletter!

Keep up with new insights from industry leaders on digital transformation, mobile app development, enterprise architecture, and tech innovation topics.