Monthly Archives: February 2016

There’s been a lot of well-deserved buzz around VSCode, Microsoft’s new lightweight editor. VSCode is becoming a solid choice as an editor for numerous reasons. It’s cross platform: Mac, Windows, and Linux It’s built on web technologies: Uses Electron as its core It’s hackable: You can build extensions using JS/TS It’s lightweight: Fast startup time; […]

Tract Systems (Tract) is an enterprise-grade software solution for growing field service companies, like HVAC repair, plumbers, and contractors. Office and field users can use the web app or mobile app to track customer info, schedule work, keep inventory up to date, and collect payments. This allows them to operate more efficiently and increase revenue […]

Over the past several months, the Ionic team has been hard at work on the next generation of Ionic. We took everything we learned from building Ionic 1 and made significant improvements to the way Ionic apps look, how they perform, and their ability to adapt to future technology shifts. If you’ve been paying close […]

The results of the Angular Cardboard Hackathon are in! Entries were judged in two categories: Most Engaging App and Best Technology Demonstration. The first place winner was Albert Sanchez’ Space Cardboard App, and second place went to Vlado Tešanović, for an app that featured birds flying around the static image of a slackliner.