How to create a map which works with Mobilversity The Mobilversity platform can display both external and internal maps for a campus. Maps are often one of the most used features on a campus especially during the start of a new term or semester. There are two different ways of creating Maps for the
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Chad Jones, CollegeMobile CEO, was featured on CBC’s “The National” for his role in developing the first university accredited course in Canada for iPhone application programming.
There is a raging debate happening in development circles across North America right now – Which approach is best for development on a mobile device. Should we use a native application coded in Objective-C for example or should we use a browser based approach? It is a question that people on both sides of the
An agreement between the University of Saskatchewan Industry Liaison Office (ILO) and CollegeMobile, creator of the popular iUsask application, will allow the company to further develop and market the highly sought-after technology to national and international markets. iUsask allows students to access information such as grades, campus and class information on their iPhones or other
It is predicted the number of mobile phone subscriptions across the globe will hit 5 billion sometime in 2010, according to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). In a world of 6.8 Billion people this means roughly seventy percent of the entire planet’s population will have mobile phones! On the home front recent stats from the
The mobile web and app market is going to explode over the next couple years. The growth of smartphones and tablet devices are what will fuel this growth. What many don’t know is that Canadians are quite prevalent in the mobile development space…
Clients often want to see their mobile application as it is being built and also to see the final version of the application before it is pushed to the App Store. This is entirely reasonable and I wouldn’t want to publish an application until I know the customer has seen the application in action and