We have some great software stories to share with you, but it looks like your browser is out of date. Please update your browser to visit sep.com or download one of the supported browsers below and the site will work just as you’d expect!
We’re curious people by nature. And we love to teach others what we’ve learned. So explore our blog to gain fresh insights from our expertise in areas ranging from culture to AI.
SEP Named a Winning Company in the 2022 Powderkeg Unvalley Awards
Westfield, IN - January 2022, SEP, a software product design and development firm has been announced as a winning company in the 2022 Powderkeg Unvalley Awards. This recognizes SEP as one of the best tech companies to work for in…
Me and the wife where sitting on the couch the other day; both of us fixed on our respective electronic device. I was on my laptop launching some Kerbalnauts into space while my wife was on the IPad trying to plan out a bathroom remodeling. She was getting particularly frustrated in this task, and not for […]
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 You’ll probably want to have more than one screen in your application. In the framework there a a couple of ways of accomplishing this, but I’m going to stick to one particular flavor for this post. I’m going to go over accomplishing some basic navigation using a navigation controller […]
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 UI programing in IOS can be simple, yet is a little rough at the same time. I’ve been working in WPF for the past couple of years, and I prefer it to any other UI framework I’ve tried. It’s one of those things Microsoft got right. With WPF you do […]
Part 1, Part 2 Previously, I mentioned that a major hurdle to learning Swift was the state of the API. Primarily that it is still Objective C based. Often your code will need to respond to external events generated by these libraries. Unlike C#, neither Objective C or Swift have the equivalent to the “event” construct. The […]
This is going to be a quick post on one of the things that Swift does a little differently from other modern languages you may be familiar with. In C# land, we are used to two distinct classes of variables. The first class are value types like int and double that have a default value […]
Series Intro I’ve always been a PC guy until a few years ago when I bought an IPad 2 for my wife. Since then, most of my personal electronic devices have been converted to Apple. As a user, they’re really great. So naturally, I though I’d give Apple development a shot as well. I got […]
Very few people who have delved into Apple’s programming domain develop an opinion that one could describe as neutral on the topic of Objective-C. Objective-C draws the ire of many, and the love of a small band. To understand the swift direction away from Objective-C that Apple now follows, one must first understand the nuances […]
Businesses use several factors to assess the success of a project life cycle – cost, time to market, adoption rates, and more. But when a technology reduces development time from 2 to 3 man-years to just 3 months, it’s difficult not to take notice. SEP needed to adapt a $3.5 million dollar Windows desktop application […]