Businesses seeking to transition into the mobile app space, are usually tossing up between two options when choosing a development firm: the risk-free no frills option, or the high-end alternative that come with big price tags.
Category: Coding & Design
The World Wide Web is an ever evolving place where new technologies seem to disappear just as quickly as they arrived. In terms of building websites the kind of technologies we’re talking about are the languages used to create our online blogs, stores and forums.
Australian education startup AppInstruct has just launched an online course to teach aspiring entrepreneurs how to turn their app concept into a commercial success. Co-Founded by Nicholas Wright, Vijay Santhanam, Iain Dowling and Indy Chakrabarty, who have extensive experience in building commercial apps including Optus Recharge Now, AppInstruct combines technical and business skills to deliver a comprehensive and accelerated learning outcome.
Ever thought you could build an app with only three skills – keyboard, mouse, and internet? Neither did we. But we’ve been proven wrong. Australian startup Shareable Apps is taking on the heavyweights at Apple and Google with their recently launched app development platform Adapptr.
Australian web app development firm reInteractive is getting non-technical entrepreneurs setup and started with the modern web application development framework, Ruby on Rails (RoR). The Sydney InstallFest initiative, sponsored by Fairfax Media and General Assembly, has been going full speed for the past six months, teaching over 150 participants how to leverage RoR.
Creative agency Hooch Creative brings together marketing professionals, content writers, designers and coders into one room, offering startups and established businesses a full strategy package that includes branding, marketing and web development.
While many other eight-year-old girls were playing with Barbie dolls, Nicki Page was building PCs with her father who was an IT manager at British Telecom in the 1980s. Following in his footsteps, Page pursued a career in technology; and today, she is one of the very few women in Australia holding a chief executive position in a technology company.
Geo-location startup Geepers this week launched The Geepers Challenge 2013, a competition where creative thinkers across NSW have the opportunity to establish a technology startup of their own. Participants also have the chance to win other prizes in return for designing and presenting the best concepts for web-based or mobile applications that are fundamentally “powered by Geepers”.