ChaiOne Insights: mobile app development

Hard & Soft ROI in Mobile App Development

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Is mobile ROI really all that different from what we learned about in business school? The short answer is no. However, the context and situations are different in mobile when looking at the ROI benefits and use cases. Mobile apps in particular can help users solve some day-to-day activity problems that may have not been previously solvable with other technology.

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Why You Should Choose Xamarin As Your Cross-Platform Development Tool

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Over the years many businesses have invested heavily in using Microsoft throughout their organizations. Those with in-house development departments and custom software solutions more than likely chose to develop their software with a Microsoft language. Sharpening development skills can take years of dedication from the developer as well as a substantial investment from their employer. Many of these organizations realized that they could benefit from a native mobile solution beyond the...

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Apple WatchKit SDK: Current and Future Capabilities

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Apple’s WatchKit SDK has been available since mid-November, and developers have had enough time to give their initial response after a month or two of development time. The WatchKit SDK gives developers the chance to extend their iOS apps to the Apple Watch to bring new experiences to their users. Applications written with WatchKit currently run on the iPhone and project a simplified interface on the Watch. These apps are packaged inside pre-existing iOS apps, with management and installation...

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Incorporating Lean Sigma into App Development

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Want to grow revenue by 80% or increase market share by 60%? Well, your organization might not get the exact same results, but it can realize some benefits if proper Lean Sigma practices are put in place. Some benefits of using Lean Sigma include increased customer loyalty, improved operational efficiency, and better return on investments. With such a great tool for process improvement, it’s a shame that not all organizations use it.

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Beacon Bits: A developer tool to explore the power of iBeacons

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iBeacon technology was first introduced to the public by Apple at WWDC 2013; the goal: to enable a new level of location applications made possible with Bluetooth LE technologies introduced back in 2010. These new, low-power devices would allow manufacturers to create beacons, devices that could advertise themselves with a unique set of identifiers and could run off a typical coin cell battery for 6 months or more. With this technology and Apple-developed algorithms, an iOS device would be able...

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