"Calling all mobile app hackers, hustlers and hipsters to hack your way through Opera House content over 24 hours with the aim to produce a creative mobile app experience for visitors to the Opera House.” ~ Sydney Opera House.
Apigee is delighted to support this first ever mobile apps Sydney Opera House hackathon on December 7-8. For the winner there’s a whopping $4,000 prize up for grabs and millions of users. Sounds like a great weekend opportunity for developers down under!
Thanksgiving 2013 is a week away and leading retailers are working overtime and preparing for battle on Black Friday and Cyber Monday (the biggest shopping days of the year in the USA). Today’s savvy shoppers are carrying their favorite retail stores in their pockets, doing more and more business on mobile devices, are making buying decisions that are increasingly informed through social networks.
If you own a digital transformation or mobility program for retail, this ebook will give you the ammunition you need to meet the challenge of the digital world head-on, answer questions about apps, data, and APIs, and create your own roadmap.
Walgreens, the largest drugstore chain in the United States, has created a great video to educate developers about what they might gain from building apps on the company’s QuickPrints open API. QuickPrints lets mobile users print photos directly from their devices and pick them up in Walgreens stores.
Our calendar of free training sessions and workshops is set for November and December, and we're excited to kick it off in San Francisco this week (11/5–11/6) at I ♥ APIs, Apigee’s first user and industry conference.
Join us in November or December in your city for a free half-day training course to learn everything you need to know to build your first mobile app — in HTML5, jQuery and PhoneGap or Native iOS.
Surfline/ Wavetrak, Inc. specializes in providing live and predicted ocean weather information, editorial content, and consulting services to consumers, businesses, and government agencies worldwide. Surfline recently launched a robust photo-viewing app that highlights professional surf photographers and local surf breaks. The app we've built on Apigee allows Surfline users to follow photographers and view photo categories for favorite surf breaks.
Mobile apps have changed the way users consume content, conduct commerce, and connect with your company – and with each other. But how do you effectively measure your user satisfaction and app quality? How does your iOS app compare with your Android app or your Windows Phone app? Is your current version getting better reviews than previous versions? We asked the team at Applause about the product they've developed for app analytics.
In June, we offered a 100% brand new version of our mobile app training for Objective-C (Native) development with XCode & Cocoa Touch. Check out the video recording, slides and code from the live session here. If you’re a developer and have always wanted to dive into native (non-HTML5) mobile apps but didn’t know where to start, this webcast has everything you need to get started - the Objective-C syntax and its quirks, iOS UI Design patterns, an API backend to store & retrieve your mobile app data . . .