Mobile Platform Convergence

Mobile Platform Convergence

Our last post about Mobile Oriented Architecture talked about Android, iOS, and the web beginning to look similar at an architectural level. That is a future which is a little far out, and if I’m being honest, for the web end, certainly speculative. Several things...
Q&A with Jeff and Kevin

Q&A with Jeff and Kevin

What’s the elevator pitch on Touchlab? Touchlab is an enterprise-grade innovation advisory firm helping application development leaders identify and eliminate inefficiency to free-up resources for reinvestment into innovation sprints. What’s the difference between...
Droidcon NYC, on iOS, with Kotlin Native

Droidcon NYC, on iOS, with Kotlin Native

(Crosspost from medium.com/@kpgalligan) I don’t want to lead you on too much about the status of coding Kotlin on iOS. I’m very excited about where that’s going, but it’ll be a little while. The Kotlin team is making tons of progress, though. It’s coming and it’ll be...
Doppl Updates

Doppl Updates

(Crosspost from medium.com/@kpgalligan) We’ve been super busy updating lots of stuff after Droidcon, and since nothing is ever really “done” I wanted to share a few big things: The Droidcon 2017 app was approved by Apple without any issues this time. Changed dogs. The...
Notes from the Kotlin Native Frontier

Notes from the Kotlin Native Frontier

(Crosspost from medium.com/@kpgalligan) Obviously, the Android community has been talking quite a bit about Kotlin. I won’t get into that. It’s cool, but let’s call it well handled by others. I’m going to talk about what’s showing up in the Kotlin/Native samples...
Doppl Sample Update

Doppl Sample Update

(Crosspost from medium.com/@kpgalligan) Missed my daily post yesterday. Whoops. We’re going through and updating Doppl libs and sample apps. J2ojbc updated to 2.0.4, which caused some minor incompatibilities with existing Objective-C code. That required a redeploy of...