I finally have push notifications working in Space Weather App from Windows Azure. Notifications for all 4 platforms work using one service bus. This simplifies my architecture and support since all of my infrastructure and services already live in Azure. No more costly 3rd party services.
We made it to the Ionic Framework showcase!
Today I launched Space Weather App for Android, Apple iOS, and Windows. This means it will run on Android phones & tablets, iPhones, iPads, iPods, and Windows phones & tablets. You can check it out here http://www.spaceweatherapp.com/
I have a Windows 8.1 application that is a wrapper around a web site. I have 3 versions of the site that the user can switch between with a control I built. The control sets the iframe source to the respective site. It seems like a recent Windows update broke this (not sure if it was 05/2014 or 06/2014). Here […]
Nokia posted the video of my Windows Phone design consultation with Microsoft in San Francisco. Since then I have implemented almost all of the changes to improve the design and UX, and released Space Weather 4. You can see the entire post from Nokia or just check out the video below! Get Space Weather for […]
After a few weeks of working on an updated version of Space Weather I have finally released 4.0. This update is the product of a redesign from Microsoft and Nokia. A few months ago I won a trip to San Francisco where I met a Senior UX and Design consultant from Microsoft who helped me […]
A few weeks ago I was notified that I won a design consultation from Nokia for my Windows Phone app, Space Weather. I was offered a flight, hotel stay, and a one-on-one consultation with a senior Microsoft UX designer Dave Crawford. It was a great experience. I haven’t had time to implement any of the changes that […]