The summer season is upon us, the water’s just right and all the beer stands are beckoning you for a cold one more persuasively than at any other time of the year. It’s that time of the year when the sun is up really early and goes to sleep quite late, and you’ll probably read our blog only on your phone on the way home from summer beer gardens. That’s why we’ll also ease up a little and instead of posting another technical article, we decided to write about a different, more entertaining topic that’s more suited for summer.
We already know how to create dialogues and use Dart. In the last article of this series, we will finally get to the creation of a more complex app. We’ll also discuss how to tackle the support of a platform dependent app. Let’s do this!
This year eMan once again participated in the Bike To Work competition. And we rocked it; we won the title of Prague’s most bike-oriented employer of 2018 and our COO Michal Kosek is this year’s second-best performing cyclist. What did our teams experience during their rides and how did we support them?
eMan is no stranger to the most important Czech competition evaluating the effectivity of digital projects. This year we took first place in the energy and utility category with our E.ON EContracts solution. And our Škoda OneApp came second in the mobile apps category.
“To repeat the selection, press star.” Automated voices and being on hold tend to irritate most of us. For quite a long time, self-service apps were considered a nice plus but nowadays they are becoming the foundation of outstanding customer care. Why is that and what can be done about it?
The last article of this series will present the fingerprinting method. It does not use actual fingerprints but rather prints of wireless networks around a building. This will allow us to determine a location with a to-the-room accuracy in the building. Let’s see how it’s done!
“So you just play with the app?” was a question I received from one of my friends after telling him that I’m a Software Tester, followed by “I can do that!” which made me wonder a bit. Quality Assurance is not just about wildly clicking on every button in the app, at least not for us at eMan.
Language Dart you need to know if you want a Flutter flow. That’s why we’ll have a look at how to write and design in Flutter. We’ll answer the basic question: Why does it work cross-platform? And we’ll also call a native service for the given platform.
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.