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Yes, upgrading your ObjectiveC App to Swift is a good idea

We get this request quite frequently. Our customers want us to maintain and develop their existing iOS apps developed in ObjectiveC programming language. ObjectiveC was the language of choice for developing iOS app until 4 years ago when Apple introduced the Swift programming language. Swift...

iOS app for cancer patients who are going through chemo and radiation treatments

Do you know a chemo or radio oncologist?

We need your help! Do you happen to know a chemo or radio oncologist? We need their advice for a healthcare iOS app that we are developing called Chemora. This app is for patients who are going through  chemo or radiation treatments. How can you help...

Mobile App are more complex than desktop apps

Mobile apps are now more complex than desktop apps

It is fair to say that mobile apps are now more complex that desktop apps, don't you think so? You might ask: what about Photoshop, Excel, and this other office app that you use? It's true that a lot of features have been built into...

Content Delivery on Mobile Apps

Content Delivery On Mobile Apps

Until recently content delivery and publishing were only optimized for desktop users. We've now passed the mobile tipping point, because more than half of traffic on websites is from mobile users. As of April 2015 google started rewarding mobile friendly websites with higher ranking in...

rmd Studio V7 Launch

Welcome to rmd Studio V7 website

Last year has been a busy one for us with the client projects and our own website was due for an update. We finally got the time to make that happen and here we bring you 7th iteration of our website. In addition to the...

Choosing between a mobile or web app

Photo by FreeStocks If you are an organization, clinic, or company which is making an app available to your customers, you may be wondering whether it's better to build it as a web app or mobile app. Web apps [applications] are on the web and accessed using a...

Merry Christmas

Photo by Thomas Quine Merry Christmas everyone. Say warm and jolly with your loved ones this weekend. Please don't forget to reach out to those who are cold and hungry this weekend....

Blockchain explained clearly in 3 videos

Blockchain has been coming up in our client meetings lately. They've been asking us about developing apps for such networks. We've heard about the internet of information, Internet of things, and now it is time for the Internet of Value. Blockchain is a distributed ledger of transactions...

Dear startup founder

... inspired by apps like uber. My partner and I would like to have a meeting with you to get an estimate on making an app. Photo by hackNY.org Dear startup founder, you can't outsource your product development. You need to build it in your team and the estimate...

Our 5 most popular blog posts from 2015

January is a crazy month for us. We get projects spilling over from the previous year and new opportunities rush through in the same time. So for our 2nd blog post in the new year we are posting the top 5 blog posts from the...

Happy New Year 2016

Happy New year! It's a new beginning. We know that last year was a challenging one for many of our Canadian clients in the resource industry as well as non profit organizations focused on science, medicine, and research. We've been hearing news of budget cuts and...

How to startup? Not by outsourcing

Business season is picking up and the mobile app market is humming at a higher pitch again. We are getting a lot of app idea inquiries that repeat the 3 following questions. A lot of them are not good candidates to be taken by our...