Working as a mobile developer, I created multiple apps during last couple years for companies I worked for, and eventually for personal projects. At the beginning, I though the goal for any developer was the release itself: shipping code and moving on, but I quickly found out that it was more frustrating than everything to stop here. That’s how I started thinking about what should be the next step and if a developer can actually do marketing and how.
I recently finished Growth Hacking Marketing by Ryan Holiday and learn a lot of things about it. Some of them remembered me the way I found my job in London and how I did hack my LinkedIn profile without knowing what I was really doing at this moment.
Sens’it is small tracker developed by Sigfox and given for free during events to let people test the Sigfox low frequency IoT network. Let’s see how to create an iOS app in Swift based on Sens’it api.
Couple years ago, I worked on a mobile app linked to video and audio recording. I quickly see that, once the user agreed for permissions, it can be easy to track personal data without user noticed it. Let see how limit mobile app permissions to maintain user privacy.
Appium is an UI automation testing framework, helping developers to automatically test their app. This tool can be really powerful but my experience with it let me think it’s not enough accurate to be used everyday and at its full potential.
During WWDC2015, Apple announced big stuff, but they also released awesome features for developers. One of them was dedicated to UI Testing. Working around UI Automation test, I’ve just discovered last Xcode 7 and how life is going to be easier with their last feature for that.