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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

Workflow and Trunk Notes

on May 14, 2017

Workflow is a fantastic app, recently acquired by Apple, which allows users to create their own iOS mini apps. It is a great way of automating common tasks and adding custom functionality to your iPhone. In this blog post we are going to use Workflow to create Today Widgets to: Open a specific Trunk Notes page Quickly capture some text and append it to a Trunk Notes pages In order to follow this blog post get started by installing Workflow onto your device - it’s free.

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Trunk Notes 4.7.0

on April 22, 2017

Trunk Notes 4.7.0 is now on the App Store. A minor change in this release is that images are not always shown at the full width of the screen, greater for smaller images or if you want to specify a size. The main change is the update to the Markdown parser. In this blog post I’m going to review some of the new Markdown features. Trunk Notes uses the Markdown parser Discount, an excellent C library written by David Parsons.

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Can you promise me a bug free app?

on April 20, 2017

I remember about 18 months ago, seeing an app development company’s website which promised bug free apps. As an experienced software developer I know that such a claim is a very bold one to make. A mobile app is a piece of software just like Microsoft Office, Photoshop or Windows 10 - in most cases much less complex, however a piece of software nonetheless. If you are someone who has ever used Microsoft Office, Photoshop or Windows 10 you will know that bugs do exist in these products.

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Trunk Notes, Night and Day

on April 12, 2017

The Trunk Notes manual gives a partial example of using Lua to automatically switch your wiki to a night mode. The idea is that at night your wiki will use light text on a dark background to make reading easier. This blog post is going to give a more complete description of how to achieve this. To start with you need to create a special stylesheet to use at night. Anything defined here will be added to the default stylesheet.

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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.