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TUTORIAL TUESDAY: Setting Up a Canvas With Dragging and Boundaries in Swift

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Happy Tuesday, everyone! This week for our tutorial, we welcome our developer Matthieu to the blog. He’s going to walk us through setting up a canvas in Swift with dragging and boundaries.

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Amazon Web Service CodeDeploy with Github

We’re always on the lookout for ways we can improve our development and deployment processes. Most projects we undertake make use of Amazon AWS vast infrastructure. The ever popular AWS has grown leaps and bounds since its introduction to the startup world. Controlling startup cost is essential and AWS is a great asset to have in that regard.

Today we’ll take a peak at the CodeDeploy feature within the web service and how to integrate your app deployed on AWS with Github.

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Better Javascript with Gulp, Mocha, Istanbul and Codeclimate

It’s not always easy to know if you’re writing good, robust code if you don’t have anyone looking over your shoulder and telling you how you could do things better.

This is where Codeclimate comes in to play!

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The Apple Watch : A First Impression

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Our first Apple Watch arrived in the office in all its glory.  This called for an unboxing ceremony, which we executed like a bunch of kids huddled up the night before Christmas. I kid, but not really!  Continue reading

THE REAL Apple Watch Unboxing

Our Apple Watch came in the mail yesterday! Watch Romain and Jeff unbox it and fight over who gets to wear it first.

A Beacon Case Study.

Beacons have been the basis for our latest Lab projects, but in order to take these products to the next level, we had to take them to the streets, first.

Apple Watch Unboxing and Demo

IT’S HERE.

Directed and Shot by Emma Choy-Brown, Written and Produced by Alexis Justman.

The Apple Watch: Would Steve Jobs Wear It?

I’m glad Wired said what we were all thinking: “Apple’s trying to put a second device on our body without giving us a clear sense of how it complements the first.”
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Lost, But Never Forgotten…

On National Old Stuff Day we pay tribute to the technologies and products of yesteryear. To some of us, these bring back bittersweet nostalgic moments of endless hours lost playing Snack on the Nokia Brick, or in my case, buying a cassette tape adapter for my car so I could listen to my Discman while I drove to high school. What kinds of memories do these bring back for you? And which archaic and obsolete technologies did we omit?

 

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Apple Watch in 12-Page Vogue Spread

The March 2015 issue of Vogue features a 12-page spread of the Apple Watch and its style options. While it doesn’t come across as an unveiling of sorts, it does give us the brand’s positioning of the product as a fashion accessory as well as a gadget. The different bands range from an 18k rose gold to a green sports band, and I’m sure are priced accordingly. Which one could belong on your wrist?

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Make your life easier with IFTTT

I don’t know if you’ve ever heard of IFTTT (pronounce it like “gift”) but if you like to have everything automated around you, IFTTT is what you need.

IFTTT stands for “If This Then That”. Here is how it works:

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