Author Archives: craigisakson

iOS: Programmatically Posting to HTTP and Webview

When working with mobile apps there may come a time when you need to hook your native app up to a webview.  All-in-all this is a fairly simple process but as with anything there is always a gotcha lurking around … Continue reading

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Mobile March TC 2014

If you missed it, last week was time again for Mobile March.  Mobile March is a one day event dedicated to exploring the latest in mobile technology and trends which is held every year in the twin cities of MN. This … Continue reading

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Android Wear SDK

In case you missed it, last week Google announced their preview SDK for Android Wearables.  I am sure you are wondering, what does this mean?  It means that Google has recognized the trend of wearables and sees them as being the … Continue reading

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Enterprise Mobility Survey

Appcelerator recently ran a survey to gauge the current state of enterprise in the mobile arena.  The results are very interesting and displayed in info-graphic below:    

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Appsify—Making native iOS Development Easy!

  If you read this blog often you will have probably notice some frustrations with some difficulties that exist within the native iOS development realm.  Certain common things that should be easy to develop for are overly complicated and, in … Continue reading

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Web, Hybrid, Native Part I—Web

One of the most often asked questions when consulting for mobile development is what is the difference between web, hybrid, and native applications.  Often times the business needs to know the specifics and how they affect the bottom line and … Continue reading

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Web, Hybrid, Native Part II—Native

In the previous blog post in this series we learned all about a web application.  In this blog post we are going to the complete opposite end to learn about native applications. Native Application: On the completely opposite end of … Continue reading

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Web, Hybrid, Native Part III—Hybrid

In our first two posts we learned about a web application and a native application.  This is the last blog in our series and we are going to learn all about hybrid applications. Hybrid Application: By definition, a hybrid application … Continue reading

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Space, the Final Frontier

Being an employee at Sundog entitles us to a number of different benefits.  One of our benefits is having our birthday off.  Figuring out what one should do on their birthday when everyone else is working can be difficult.  This … Continue reading

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Coding In The Cloud

I have always had the belief that eventually we will be able to do most anything through a browser.  This is one of the reasons I have been excited about Chrome OS from it’s beginning.  Chrome, in it’s current state, … Continue reading

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