Tag Archives: apple

blind mobile user

Case Study: Implementing Accessibility in a Health & Fitness Mobile App

How can you quickly determine the extent to which your SAAS is accessible? What percent of your customers are affected by the level of accessibility in your app? Accessibility is really about making sure all users, regardless of abilities, have full access to all of our products and the great features you put in your apps, and that means we get to focus on users and think about how users with these different abilities use our features.

iTunes Connect

New iTunes Connect Analytics, Crash Reporting

There are a lot of changes coming with iOS 8 including the quality and type of reporting on app usage, analytics, and crash reports directly from Apple.  These don’t seem to be specific or limited to iOS 8, but rather part of updates to the App Store & iTunes connect.  The impression I got from […]

Swift Programming Language

“Objective-C without all the baggage of C”

One of my developers who has a C background said about Objective-C, ‘it has a lot of baggage from C’. Apple asked the question, ‘what if we could have Objective-C, without the baggage of C’. Today they gave an answer- a new language called Swift. finally.