What puzzles are to be solved when designing the architecture of a TV app? What stack is good to use? In the last article of this series we’ll present approaches, tools, and frameworks for smart TV app development. We’ll also share 7 first hand tips that may come in handy.
The difference between a mobile app and an app for a smart TV is huge. This article will present the life of a smart TV user. We’ll focus on their comfort while navigating through the app. Find out how to define the navigation around the app and what features cannot be missed.
This and the next article will present localization in buildings using wireless networks. Let’s start with multilateration that is used by the army, for example. How does it work, how can we use it and what should we look out for?
For most developers and designers, apps for smart TVs are one big mystery. Discussion forums are empty and everyone is keeping their know-how a secret. Paving the way was not easy but we managed! And now, we’ll show you how to go about it.
Vladimir has three different roles at eMan. He leads projects for the energy industry sector, deals with architecture, and recommends new trends to the clients. Why did he decide to leave the position of Director of Operations at a large company to join eMan, a small company at that time, as a project manager? And why do cheating tablet users amuse him?
David Adamík scored for eMan for four wonderful years. His journey is the perfect example for everyone who wants to start their career in IT. David is sailing in a slightly different direction now but that doesn’t mean we won’t see each other again...
Flutter is a mobile framework for the development of multiplatform native apps, so from one code we will get an app that can run on Android as well as on iOS. It is a similar experiment to Xamarin from Microsoft a few years ago. In this series, we will create an app in Flutter and show you how it all works.
In January 2016 Jablotron acquired a part of eMan, the leading Czech software developer. After more than two years, both parties have agreed to end the ongoing cooperation. Therefore, the founders of eMan are buying back from Jablotron their 60% share of the company. The value of the transaction is in the tens of millions of Czech crowns.