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SEP Named A 2021 Best Places to Work in Indiana Company

Indiana companies throughout the state have rallied to adapt to the current climate and new ways of operation. A total of 125 of these businesses have been named to the Best Places to Work in Indiana list, which includes more...
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Swift Animation Tutorial – SpriteKit, Xcode, and Swift

But wouldn’t it be cool if it did this?… I’ve thought these words to myself many times during my career in software development,...
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Swift iOS Tutorial: How to Customize UISegmentedControl

Customizing a UISegmentedControl If you have spent any time developing an iOS app, you have probably realized that customizing...
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Changing the Game with Xamarin

Businesses use several factors to assess the success of a project life cycle – cost, time to market, adoption rates, and more....
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Installing Open Source Android Libraries with Gradle and Android Studio

Android recently started advising developers to use Gradle as their build system for new projects. I don’t really keep up-to-date...
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Android Studio – Not Ready for Primetime

Android Studio is a new IDE that Google has released into Early Access Preview. It is based on the popular IntelliJ editor; the...
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meHive: The story of our mobile app

At SEP, we are always on the look out for new things to learn.  When we saw a surge in mobile development, we decided to tinker...
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Cross-Platform Mobile Toolkits

Most developers agree that Flutter, React Native, Xamarin are the top three cross-platform mobile toolkits. If you’re just getting...
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Mistakes Were Made: iOS App in Xamarin

This post is an artifact from my recent participation in an experiment in “learning as a project” (I made that up). I went through...
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Your Application Is Already Mobile

A while back, we were planning some mobile app development with one of our clients for several months. We would essentially be...
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