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Push Service Providers - Engage customers with push notification services

If you want to add push notifications to your app you have two choices. You can either program the server-side components yourself or you can sign up with a push notification service provider.
The alternative is a Push Notification service provider. With a good service provider you should have the bandwidth you need and be able to push messages to your app running on all the popular mobile platforms. The service provider will also have features like customer targeting by location or some other group criteria.
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Extending messages of the native iOS Mail Client with interactivity and dynamic updates

We recently launched LinkedIn Intro — a new product that shows you LinkedIn profiles, right inside the native iPhone mail client. That’s right: we have extended Apple’s built-in iOS Mail app, a feat that many people consider to be impossible. This post is a short summary of how Intro works, and some of the ways we bent technology to our will.

LinkedIn Intro: Doing the Impossible on iOS

Cross Platform Tool Benchmarking 2013

Cross-Platform Tools help to reduce app development cost and time. App publishers and developers have just started to realize the significant benefits Cross-Platform Tools can have if they want to publish on iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone and other platforms.
The “Cross Platform Tool Report 2013″ evaluates the performance of 45 established and new Cross Platform Tools.
Find out what more than 1,000 users are saying about these tools and which is the best tool for your app project.

Free report available.


Support for Design Works

We are coding HTML5 / CSS3 in 'Pixel Perfect', valid with support all popular browsers and devices. Supproting: PSD / Ai / Fw / Id

We are working with CSS Framework like as 960 grid, 1140px grid, Fluid Baseline Grid, Foundation Zurb, Less Framework, YAML 4

Our base standards:

Pixelperfect coding
Semantic HTML coding regarding the standards
SEO optimization
HTML passed
Cross browser supporting (all popular browsers Internet Explorer 7+, Mozilla FireFox, Google Chrome, OS X Safari, Opera)
Coding the HTML Newsletter with supporting: MS Outlook 2003+, Outlook Express, Apple Mail 3+, Mozilla Thunderbird 2+, Googlemail, Yahoo Mail, Lotus Notes 8+, Hotmail/Outlook


Online Collaboration: Visual Designs

Version control and collaboration built for designers.

Image Collaboration done right

Pixelapse Is Where Your Designs Live
Version Control + Backup + Collaboration

Prototyping & collaboration for design teams

Notable lets you take any interface screenshot, sketch or wireframe and exchange notes on specific details with your team. You can quickly reply or suggest a better idea. Our goal is to help you arrive at the best solution in the shortest amount of time.

Git Workflows by Yan Pritzker

Why use git?

Git is an extremely powerful source control system. Its power lies in its speed and flexibility, but this can also be a point of confusion for many new users. Git is unfortunately quite inconsistent in its syntax, and exposes many of its not-so-friendly internals to the outside world, sometimes to the detriment of usability.
As many systems built by hardcore engineers (Git came from Linux kernel hackers), if wielded by a wizard, it can be used to achieve many great things, but can be initially confusing even for seasoned developers. This book bypasses the ugly internals of git and gets to the heart of improving your development workflows by using git.
If you've picked up this book, it's likely you're already convinced that git is great. For a great overview, check out To sum it up, the following are my favorite features of git, which this book will focus on.

Git Workflows Book

Chartbeat - Real-Time data for front-line UI

For people who get it done.

We’re not for the back-office analyst. Our real-time data tools are built for your website's front-line, get-your-hands-dirty, action-focused people.

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Almost every major consumer electronics manufacturer is now working on a smart watch

Analysts are declaring 2013 the year of the smart watch, and seem sure that an entirely new product category is about to be born. Watches are already a $60 billion a year business worldwide, so perhaps the Rolexes and Seikos of the world could see new competition from a motley crew of manufacturers usually associated with PCs, smartphones and televisions.