December 04, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Women And Black Friday: Not Always A Perfect Combination
As much as decorating trees and leftover turkey, Black Friday shopping has become a post-Thanksgiving tradition. But has the lure of all those big deals worn off, to the point where stores are making enemies by participating? And are those most vocally against Black Friday also the biggest spenders: women?
November 30, 2013 | Rob Burke: Bluetooth 4.0 is quickly becoming your new master key
Keys have been largely unchanged in the past centuries until the last decade with key fobs, NFC chips, and now Bluetooth 4.0 changing the way we unlock our possessions.
November 29, 2013 | Craig Isakson: #DF13 and the IoT (Internet of Things)
From the keynote to breakout sessions to a corner of Moscone West devoted to a connected devices lab, Dreamforce 2013’s obvious theme seemed to be connected devices and the Internet of Things.
November 29, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Integrate Salesforce with Google Glass Using the Mirror API
November 29, 2013 | Susanna Oliver: Ink: Framework for Responsive Email Design
With responsive design for email coming to the forefront, it’s inevitable that frameworks follow. One such framework that recently came to my attention is Ink, created by Zurb, the same folks that built Foundation.
November 29, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: Pinterest vs. Keep
This past month, I stumbled across a website called Keep. Keep is the place to go to discover and buy the latest trends in fashion, decor, accessories, and design. The look and feel is similar to Pinterest, so let’s take a deeper dive to compare the two sites. Below are some of my comparisons about each site:
Let’s first take a look at the design as you enter the homepage of each site. The designs are very similar with the top navigation bar and square-like photos to see the content. From prices notifications, secret boards and style boards, each site has their own features. See the screenshots below for a side-by-side comparison.
November 28, 2013 | Shawn Tennyson: Ziosk Revolutionizes the Dining Experience
Tablet technology is changing the dining experience with interactive promotions and pay-at-the-table service.
November 27, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Create a Hybrid Mobile App With the Salesforce Mobile SDK
Dreamforce is over but you don’t have to stop learning!! Salesforce has posted all of the sessions from Dreamforce. If you are interested in learning about how to create a hybrid mobile app on the Salesforce platform check out my session below.
November 27, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Connecting to Google API using OAuth2 - Part 1 - Get the Authorization Code
This will be first in a series of blog posts dealing with how to connect to some of the Google APIs from Salesforce. The first step is to create a Google App within a Google Project. Read on to find out how.
November 27, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Make Your Holiday Marketing A Little More Delightful
Once Halloween hits, it’s pretty safe to assume that until Valentines Day (or maybe even Easter) there is an unending supply of holidays, holiday marketing, and food.
November 26, 2013 | Dean Froslie: Managing Your Content and Your People
Earlier this month, I led a breakout session at the Marketing Mixer, a new event sponsored by our local chamber of commerce. It was striking to hear the common content conundrums across my three sessions.
November 24, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Defaulting Campaign Member Status Values
Trying to default Campaign Member status values in Salesforce can be difficult because they must be setup new with each and every Campaign. Read on for two ways to help default these values without having to do it manually.
November 24, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Football and Scrum - They Follow the Same Principles
The Scrum process and the process a football team follows to get ready for a game share a lot of similarities. This football example shows why Scrum can apply to many processes in life.
November 24, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Disabling Triggers in Production Dynamically
There are times when triggers need to be disabled because of certain types of data loads. With a little planning up front this can be very easy.
November 22, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: The Event in Review
Another year, another Dreamforce. Get the rundown on the entire DF13 experience in six quick points.
November 21, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: Leaning In with Sheryl Sandburg
On her last day of Dreamforce, see why Heidi Haaven, our Communications Director, picked Sheryl Sandburg’s keynote as her favorite session of the week.
November 20, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: Developing a Cross-Channel Strategy
Damie Berkey rounds out the Wednesday with another Dreamforce session recap.
November 20, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: Salesforce Chatter through Winter ‘14 & Beyond
CTO Johnathon Rademacher shares his thoughts on this year’s event and his favorite session: The Chatter Roadmap
November 20, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: Analytics Unleashed with the New Analytics API
Get the scoop on the new Analytics API from our Director of Business Analysis, Greg Ewing-Lee
November 20, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: Compete & Win in a Customer-Empowered World
Damie Berkey, Sundog’s Partner Alliance Manager, outlines the lessons from one of her favorite Dreamforce sessions: Compete & Win in a Customer-Empowered World
November 20, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: Gaining Insight from Social Media Data
Learn about the session our COO Eric Dukart thought was spot on during his time at Dreamforce week.
November 19, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: 3 Tips Marketers use to Leverage Salesforce.com
Discover the three marketing tips outlined in Lorie Andres’ favorite Dreamforce session of the day!
November 19, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: The Keynote Recap!
Benioff’s Keynote is the pinnacle of Dreamforce week, so it’s no wonder it was our Communications Director’s favorite session of the day. Hear what Heidi Haaven had to say about it, and what she’s looking forward to.
November 19, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: You Can’t Ignore Social!
Learn about one of Jodi Heilman’s favorite Dreamforce sessions: B2B Social Marketing—You Can’t Ignore It Any Longer!, and discover the three steps your company can start taking to find new customers and grow your revenues.
November 19, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: Show Us Your #DFViews!
Another year, another mission. Tweet #DFViews during #df13, and you could win one of Sundog’s Dreamforce kits.
November 15, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: A #df13 Session to Help Devs Build Better Hybrid Apps
Find out how you can amp up your apps with sophisticated functionality at Craig Isakson’s Dreamforce session.
November 14, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: See Sundog’s EVP of Marketing at #df13
Want to learn more about social media and the marketing cloud? Sign up for Andrew Richburg’s Dreamforce session!
November 13, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: Don’t Miss Sundog at Dreamforce
Still looking to sign up for sessions next week? Check out “Get Started with Marketing Cloud Digital Services Alliance” with Sundog’s EVP of Creative, Jodi Heilman.
October 31, 2013 | Shawn Tennyson: Innovative Location-specific Outdoor Advertising
Benadryl recently launched a location-specific outdoor advertising campaign in England to promote their Social Pollen Count App.
October 31, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: Halloween Trends
This Halloween, I wanted to see what and where people were talking about the holiday. Here is a quick glimpse of what has been happening online.
October 31, 2013 | Craig Isakson: DF13—Ready to Present
I have been working diligently in my spare time preparing my presentation for Dreamforce 2013. I have to say that I think it is coming together very well. My session is titled “Create a Hybrid Mobile App with the Salesforce Mobile SDK”. As it says in the title, I will be going over how to create a Hybrid Mobile App!
October 31, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Android 4.4 Kit Kat Announced
It is no secret that Google has been working on the new version of Android, Android 4.4 or Kit Kat. However, in the last couple of days leading up to today’s announcement as well as the announcement itself, we have learned there are a few surprise features that are being added to this version.
October 31, 2013 | Susanna Oliver: The Difference Between Fluid, Scalable, Skinny, and Responsive Email Design
Responsive email design is a loose term for any deliberate changes that take place between desktop and mobile displays. It encompasses fluid design, scalable design, and “real” responsive design changes.
October 31, 2013 | Brianne Carlsrud: Marketo Social Marketing
I have become exposed to a variety of social media marketing tools—listening, analytics and publishing platforms—by sitting through demos, watching webinars and working directly in the tools. I’ve had the privilege to work directly in Marketo’s Social Marketing application, so what better way to share my experience and knowledge with you all than write a blog post about it?
October 30, 2013 | Dean Froslie: How to Create You-Oriented Content
The Nielsen Norman Group offers three essential guidelines to ensure user-centric language, helping your content adopt a “you” orientation with your audiences.
October 30, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: The TODAY Show Orange Room
The TODAY Show launched in late September with a new location on the set titled, the “Orange Room.” This room is set up to blur the lines of the home viewer experience with the morning show and create an interactive element. Carson Daly hosts the Orange Room where he connects with home viewers through video conferencing and social media.
October 30, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: MIMA Summit Recap Part 2
Josh Rowe of New Balance and Ian Fitzpatrick of Almighty put on the next session I attended. This session focused around a national high school track event that transitioned from corporate sponsors of Nike to New Balance. Josh was hired to make New Balance the new Nike for high school students at this event. Ian and Josh teamed up to create an interactive experience that blurred the lines between online and offline. They linked the physical experience of participating in the event directly to Facebook, syncing student numbers to their Facebook pages.
October 30, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: In Honor Of Halloween, 4 Scary “Marketing To Women” Mistakes From 2013
If ghosts and goblins aren’t enough to scare you this Halloween, try some of these marketing to women disasters that occurred in 2013.
October 29, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Planning Poker - The Great Equalizer
Planning Poker is part of the estimation process for the Agile methodology called Scrum. There are some key pieces to this process that I would like to emphasize.
October 28, 2013 | Rob Burke: Which NLE system?
Once upon a time there was a shortage of good NLEs. FCP took a huge cut out of Premiere’s client base when it launched and Avid was fast becoming a dinosaur. Now though it is hard to decide which system is best.
October 24, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Online Interactions, Offline Interactions, What’s The Difference Anymore?
It is no longer news that our offline lives are moving predominantly online. Rather than shop at brick and mortar stores, we choose Amazon. Rather than make photo albums full of vacation pictures, we put them on Facebook. Rather than fly to meet colleagues or friends, we send them an email.
October 22, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Four Gotchas when using Future calls in Apex in Salesforce
Future calls have their specific use cases, but they should be used with caution. In this blog post are four gotchas to watch out for.
October 22, 2013 | Terry Luschen: As a software project sponsor why should I want to use an Agile framework like Scrum?
The simple answer is ‘Return On Investment’, but details are needed to understand why this is true. Read on for some information to help you with this important decision.
October 17, 2013 | Terry Luschen: My Three Favorite Developer Features in Salesforce’s Winter 2014 Release
Salesforce keeps rolling out the new features with Winter 2014. Here are three that caught my eye!
October 14, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Marketers: Are We All Just Being Too Nice?
Has your business ever created content that went viral? If not, you probably wish you could, since it seems to be one of the newest ways we judge success.
October 03, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: When Women Share, You Should Take Action: A Tale Of Happy Yogurt Eaters
Making general assumptions when marketing to women (or marketing to anyone) is usually not a good idea. But there are times when we make some basic statements about women that are generally true, even across different ages, ethnic groups, income levels and so on.
October 01, 2013 | Craig Isakson: 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:
September 30, 2013 | Greg Ewing Lee: How-To: Control Dashboard Colors for Non-Picklist Fields
Salesforce Analytics only provides color display choices for picklist data fields. All other data types are forced into using a default color scheme for each distinct group/value. This post walks through the steps to be able to enable control of non-picklist fields being displayed in a dashboard.
September 30, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Making mobile applications for Enterprise better
I recently read an article on VentureBeat about why mobile apps for enterprise suck. It got me thinking about all of the poor implementations of enterprise for mobile I have seen throughout the years. It is getting better but it is taking time.
September 30, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Importance of response time in Mobile Applications
One of the biggest downfalls of many mobile applications is their actual or perceived response time. I can never stress enough the importance of optimizing the experience to either give the user the data they want right away or somehow distract them to hold their attention longer.
September 30, 2013 | Dean Froslie: The Role of Rhetoric in Content Strategy
When we create content, it’s easy to be swept up by value propositions, brand standards, style guides, content types and industry jargon. We can lose sight of another fundamental: crafting persuasive, audience-focused appeals.
September 30, 2013 | Shawn Tennyson: Digital Concierge Signage Provides Guests the Information They Want
Digital concierge signage is an interactive touch screen solution that gives hotel guests access to virtual concierge services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
September 29, 2013 | Terry Luschen: The Benefits of Salesforce Apex Scheduled and Batch Jobs
Batch and Scheduled jobs take extra work and understanding to setup, but there are times when a batch or scheduled job is the best way to fulfill a requirement. In this blog are three good use cases that should make us all think: ‘I should create a batch or scheduled job for that!’
September 29, 2013 | Rob Burke: What if you had total creative freedom?
Casey Neistat is a Youtube star who was given the greatest gift and the greatest curse of all, creative freedom. Mercedes asked him to create for them a commercial to reach his audience base. They gave him the car and a pile of cash and said, “Create.”
September 27, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Student, Athlete and a Person Built for Others
I would like to share with you a favorite quote of mine and how this simple phrase has affected my daily life as a husband, father, software engineer and football coach.
September 26, 2013 | Susanna Oliver: Driving Engagement with Relevant Email Content: A Personal Experience
Getting emails from retailers can get annoying. You order one item and pretty soon you’re receiving emails on everything they have in the store. Maybe you were only interested in shoes, and now you are getting all-inclusive emails about jeans, dishtowels, and the trendiest carpet for your living room. These items are irrelevant to you and thus unwelcome in your inbox.
September 26, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Social Media And Disasters: A Combination That Can Be Disastrous
Whenever disaster strikes, or when the anniversary of a disaster happens, it seems inevitable that some company, somewhere, messes up big time on social media. Be it a lack of research, bad timing, or just plain bad judgment, it keeps happening.
September 26, 2013 | John Schneider: Connecting Google Places, Google+, and YouTube for Small Business
It’s important to not only manage Google Places, Google+ and YouTube Accounts for fortune 500 companies, but also small businesses as well. The challenge with small businesses is to make sure that all of these accounts are properly associated with the right admin. If a user jumps from one touch point to another, the user is sure to be visiting pages that are the small business controlled and edited.
September 24, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Stopping a Visualforce Command Button from Firing the Click Event Twice
Do you need to know how to stop a command button from firing twice when it is double clicked? I have written out one way to help you out.
September 24, 2013 | Susanna Oliver: Support for Responsive Email Design in Mobile Applications
“Why doesn’t my responsive email design work on Android?”
“How come my email is responding correctly in iPhone and not Android?”
“My responsive email is correct in the native iPhone email app, but reverts to the desktop version in my Gmail app.”
The answer to these questions lies in understanding how responsive email design works and how mobile email apps support media queries and style blocks.
September 20, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Women and STEM: What Can A College Website Do?
If you are interested in American education, or even just watch the news, you’ve probably heard people talk about how important science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) occupations are. Many believe that for the US to stay competitive, we need more young people to show an interest and excel in these programs. Unfortunately, that isn’t easy, especially when it comes to young women.
September 19, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: Social Sharing and Stitch Fix
Social sharing is something commonly found on websites, articles and blog posts these days; however, some companies are using social sharing to their advantage and reward their users because of it. One company, Stitch Fix, has been growing over the past couple years but has seen to become more viral in the past year. Why? Is it because of social sharing? Stitch Fix was founded in 2011 by former J.Crew buyers Erin Flynn and Katrina Lake. Both graduated from Harvard Business School and relocated to San Francisco to grow their company to full time employees and client base in 2012 in the thousands.
September 16, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Eliminating Market Entry Barriers with Cloud Computing
There are more and more great examples of how ‘Cloud Computing’ is breaking down barriers to entering a market.
September 13, 2013 | Anthony Suda: Google’s data center security
Google sent out an email to it’s Apps for Business users highlighting the security that they use at their data centers.
September 13, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: Job Searching via Social
After offering advice to friends, colleagues and past interns, I decided to write a blog post about tricks and tips to finding jobs online using social media. These tools make it easier for people to connect online with similar interests, passions and positions. Your online presence extends your personal brand online and can make it easier to find more job opportunities than you might offline.
September 12, 2013 | Susanna Oliver: Email Development Best Practices for 2013
If web browsers progress at the rate of a turtle, then email clients progress at the rate of a snail. And in character to the analogy, they’re leaving a slimy trail of inconsistencies and bugs that email developers have to traverse. But at least it’s progress!
September 10, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: The Yelp for Business Products
If you read my latest blog post on the TrustRadius review you will see I came across a niche community in the area of tool and product reviews for marketing and technology companies. Since I have been spending more time in this area, I came across another similar community called G2 Crowd. This past week, I was able to spend some time in this community and was pleased with what I saw. However, this blog post isn’t a comparison of these sites, but more insight to what’s happening in the industry and the trend that is upon us.
September 10, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Women Watch Football Too: A Lesson For Marketers
If you start asking people to name some of their favorite fall traditions, you are sure to get a lot of answers that somehow involve football. And while it really shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone, a lot of people who wait anxiously for the start of football every year are women.
September 03, 2013 | Susanna Oliver: The Five Best Resources for Email Development
Feel in a rut in your email development? Wondering if there’s a better way to code the HTML? Want to explore up and coming techniques and tricks for developing better emails? Check out some of these email development resources to refresh your perspective and put an edge on your development practices.
September 03, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Kids Or Parents: Who Does It Really Pay To Market Back-To-School To
Labor Day is officially over, and another summer has come and gone. From kindergarten to college, students are back in the classroom, back with friends and teachers, and getting started on another year of learning.
August 31, 2013 | Rob Burke: Consumers are the new content creators
The relationship between consumers and creators has long had defined roles, but today we should consider every consumer a potential creator. What does this mean for your business, and how can you benefit from your customer’s contribution?
August 30, 2013 | Shawn Tennyson: New Study Reveals Digital Signage’s Impact on Sales and Promotions in Casinos
The study compared venues with digital signage to venues with static signage to venues with no signage to measure the effectiveness on sales and promotions.
August 29, 2013 | Lon Keller: The Nine Inch Nails Battle of the Loudness War
This is an interesting follow-up to a blog I wrote last April. Trent Reznor, founding member and vocal lead of Nine Inch Nails, has joined the fight in the war against loudness. The band’s latest album, Hesitation Marks, will be released using two separate masters. One version will be mastered by today’s traditional “loud compression” standards and will be available on iTunes, CDs and other common music outlets. The second version is mastered to best represent the original studio mix, preserving the entire dynamic range of the music. Some refer to this second master as the “audiophile” release.
August 29, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Android PagerSlidingTabStrip
Every now and then it is nice when you are working on a project and there is some functionality that needs to exist and doing a quick Google search provides you with all the answers you need.
August 28, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Google’s Mobile Backend Starter for Android
One common theme throughout the majority of mobile applications is their connection to data living off of the device. Whether it be your Facebook news feed or your Gmail inbox, your important and social data lives in the cloud.
August 28, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Android ActionBarCompat
If you are an Android developer you are probably familiar with the Actionbar. The action bar is there to provide actions throughout your application. It can include a lot of value to your app and provide a great way for navigation and presenting the user with pertinent information and actions that they may take.
August 28, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Speaking at Dreamforce 2013
I learned a little over a week ago that I would have the opportunity to present at this year’s Dreamforce. So, if you happen to be going to Dreamforce this year and are looking to learn more about building hybrid mobile applications on the Force.com platform, stop on by my session.
August 28, 2013 | Dean Froslie: Sometimes Users Want or Need Your “Boring” Content
What does your user need or want right now? Don’t overlook the simple answers, even if they seem insignificant to you.
August 26, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Two ways to reduce SOQL queries in Apex
Here are two simple ways to reduce SOQL queries in Apex.
August 26, 2013 | Susanna Oliver: Five CSS Styles Email Developers Should Not Use
Outlook currently holds 19% of the email market share according to Litmus making it the second most popular email client (iPhone is the most popular at 23%). That means almost one in five emails are opened in some version of Outlook.
August 19, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Basic JQuery with a Visualforce Page
The other day I had a very simple requirement to grab the value of an inputText field on a Visualforce page. Here is how I was able to do it with JQuery.
August 15, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Why Is Everyone Mad About The First Website For Women?
A brand new website just for women recently started up, called Bustle.com. And, to put it lightly, it’s not going so well.
August 12, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: Then vs. Now
The use of mobile devices has grown over the past five years, as 56% of American adults now own smartphones. Because of this trend, many people have been developing apps for the smartphone market. However, apps and mobile use are not the only thing trending as social media also has been changing the ways of communication for over five years. Let’s take a look back at some of the old views of communication and the fundamental shift of new ways and see how communication has evolved.
August 11, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Workflows and the Outbound Message Option in Salesforce
The ability to send an outbound message triggered by a workflow rule is really sweet, but it is an option I rarely use. In this blog I list some pros and cons to using this integration option.
August 10, 2013 | Darin Livdahl: How to Enhance the Presentation of Marketo Forms
August 06, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Where Can I Help the Salesforce Community?
At some point in every career we switch from the mindset of ‘where can I get information?’ to ‘how can I share what I have learned.’ Here are some place where we can help the Salesforce community.
July 31, 2013 | Suzy Rokke: How I made my vacation a success - personally and professionally
So, you want to go on a vacation, but when do you have time to get it all put together and planned? We all have a lot going on in our lives. Even when things are going ‘well’, we still have homes to keep up, grass to mow, gardens to harvest, children to teach to talk/walk/bike/drive/date, friends and family to keep in touch with, oh yeah, and a day job to keep on top of. And from time to time we have to merge our home and work life when we couldn’t get everything done at the office between 8-5. Oh, and don’t forget, you were trying to plan a vacation!
Make time and do it! Day to day life, and work, can, and will, survive without you. Here is a list of things to consider and do before heading out (or in).
July 31, 2013 | Preston Johnson: Surprise in Game Design
In any game, players need a map to get where they’re going. It’s the reason for elements like points, levels, and badges. They help show where you’ve been and how far you have left to go. But there’s another element that’s just as important: surprise.
July 31, 2013 | Brianne Carlsrud: A Look at the Salesforce Marketing Cloud - Radian6 Widgets
Sundog has been a Marketing Cloud Preferred Partner for Salesforce since 2013, and I’ve had the privilege to work with their social media listening and monitoring tool Radian6 for more than a year now. What I love most about this tool is the variety of widgets provided, as well as its ability to drill down into conversations. Here’s a breakdown of some of the tool’s widgets, which I find extremely helpful and use on a daily basis.
July 31, 2013 | Shawn Tennyson: The Mobile Digital Billboard Option
Mobile billboards are another option for out-of-home advertising. Your marketing message can be delivered directly to the consumer when static billboards aren’t available or feasible.
July 31, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Could A New Generation Of Toys Create A New Generation Of Women To Market To?
You probably already know that turning your products pink and calling it marketing to women is not exactly a recommended practice. It’s hard to deny, however, that products and services marked to women sometimes still come complete with feminine colors and designs, and sometimes those colors and designs aren’t a total flop. No matter what steps have been taken to gender neutralize marketing, there are still “think pink” campaigns happening and, sometimes, working.
July 30, 2013 | Dean Froslie: Moving Content From “We/Me” to “You”
Organizations often fall into the “we/me” orientation that focuses on who we are, and what we care about. A more effective approach, according to Stephanie Hay, is the “you” orientation: who your users are, and what they actually care about.
July 30, 2013 | Craig Isakson: 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 my opinion, could be simplified greatly. That’s not to say there aren’t things that are easy to accomplish on the platform, just that there is room for improvement.
July 30, 2013 | Craig Isakson: 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 user experience. This is the first part of a three part blog series that aims to answer these questions.