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Explore what apps can and can't do. Both Apple and Google have guidelines on what is acceptable for their app stores.


Push notifications, iBeacons, HomeKit, app permissions, maps, in-app purchases, ... Understand them and how easily they can be implemented.

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User Interface and User Experience. There are standard ways of working on each platform. Good apps respect these. Bad apps ignore them.


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From our blog

Playing with Lua

on February 20, 2017

I’ve been asked recently for more tutorials on using Lua with Trunk Notes, and this morning I was asked: “I want to include the previous page at the top of my current page.” Using Lua this is an easy ability to add in Trunk Notes. The starting point is working out how to get access to the last page. Trunk Notes has a function history which returns a certain number of page titles that have been browsed recently.

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Trunk Notes 4.5.0

on February 18, 2017

Trunk Notes 4.5.0 was released yesterday. This update comes with some new features and the usual bug fixes. For users who sync their wiki with Dropbox you might be excited that Trunk Notes (finally!) automatically uploads new and changed pages. If you have issues with this new feature you can easily disable it to return to the old behaviour. Manual sync may still be needed if you don’t change anything but want to bring in changes made on another device.

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Little Linux Server

on February 5, 2017

A few weeks ago the spare bedroom, which housed my desk, monitor and printer, began the transformation into a room for my next child who is due in April. The desk and monitor have been sold, and the printer needed to be moved. The small laser printer is used by myself and my wife on a semi-regular basis and doesn’t feature Wi-Fi. This seemed like a good excuse to sort out a solution which offers AirPrint and to which I could migrate the media server functionality of my now non-functional Synology DiskStation.

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Hugo and Bitrise

on January 29, 2017

I’ve been playing with Hugo, a static website generator. I have never particularly enjoyed creating websites in HTML, and never found a builder that didn’t quickly annoy. Hugo appeals to my need for separation whilst offering a lovely geeky feel to website and blog creation. I’m currently in love with Bitrise. It seems to require more tinkering than buddybuild but offers more power and flexibility. It also supports Xamarin projects, which buddybuild doesn’t.

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The Apps

If Apps On The Move works with you on your next project it will be as part of your team, not as a third party. Most of the companies we work with don't want to publicise the fact development isn't in-house - and we are more than happy with that.