We are computer programmers at heart and implementing high quality, tailored systems to suit your needs is what we do best. We have been delivering revenue generating, time saving and life changing bespoke software development in Harrogate, Yorkshire since 2004.
Cross platform mobile app development has matured over the years and there are various stable options available at the moment. What are the options and how does one choose? The options that we will examine here are: Cordova React Native Xamarin Go Native There are … more
We get asked about a myriad of crazy and wonderful ideas for App Development for iOS / iPhone / iPad / Android. My first piece of advice to all new customers is to read Apple’s App Store Review Guidelines. They contain some wonderful hidden gems … more
We start off with the best of intentions. We’re going to manage this new service / product / project using a simple spreadsheet. It won’t be complicated. We’re going to put it on a shared drive so we can collaborate. But… Someone needs access offline. … more
Co-Sourcing With McKenna Consultants Our specialist App Development teams have a long history working alongside existing in-house software development teams. This has allowed us to find the optimal mix of rapidly delivering value to our clients as well as up-skilling their staff. Why Co-Source? There … more
Get Competitive Advantage From Your Mobile App Building a mobile App for your organisation is a serious endeavour and so it should be strategically important to your organisation. This means that your mobile App should in some way confer competitive advantage on your organisation. Barrier … more
Mobile App Developers Facts And Figures By 2019, over a third of the human population on Earth will have a mobile smart device such as an Android phone, iPhone or iPad. This represents a new way undreamed of ten years ago to communicate with new … more
Defining The Scope Of Your Mobile App The first step of building a Mobile App (for iOS, iPhone, iPad or Android) is working out what it should do, and it’s always the hardest step. In general, the narrower the scope of your idea, the easier … more