Monthly Archives: August 2014

Throwback, a mobile application that lets you see exactly what you did in history, was developed by Peter Kim and Kevin Chen, seniors majoring in Computer Science at UC Berkeley. Here’s how it works: A user connects with Throwback via Facebook on a given day, and Throwback reveals what the user did in history on […]

HabitRPG is a fantasy role-playing game for improving real-life habits. When users achieve their goals, such as exercising for a certain number of hours a day or writing a specific number of words a day, they gain experience and “gold.” Failed goals (smoking, eating junk food, etc.) result in lost hit points. It’s for anyone […]

We know that one of the biggest pain points in hybrid development with Ionic, Cordova, and Android is just getting everything installed and configured on your machine. It hurts us to watch new developers fumble with the dependencies required for doing mobile development. It’s especially bad for Windows users that often have very diverse installations […]

When developing apps, it’s fair to expect that a large list of data will be needed. Until now, if you were developing a hybrid app and wanted to show the user a list of 100+ items, that was just too bad. The phone’s browser would laugh at you as you scrolled through your list at […]

A commonly requested feature from the community has been the Popover, which we’re happy to now have included within Ionic v1.0.0-beta.11. A popover is a view that floats above an app’s content, except it stays attached to the element that opens up the popover. The popover content is usually emitted from a button, an action, […]

Denver-based Craft Boom makes products and applications dedicated to the world of craft beer, spirits, coffee, cannabis, and wine. The company’s “craft map app”, Crafted Here, helps users locate independent breweries, distilleries, coffee shops, dispensaries, and wineries near them and learn about when they’re open, where they’re located, and other details. Founder and CEO Chase […]