When trying to understand the basics of programming, Swift is a much easier language to learn and work with than Objective-C.
At SB.Quality means fully tested applications and websites with thoroughly defined test plans and test cases that are created and executed from a user’s perspective.
Two weeks ago, we co-hosted the 5th Annual mHealth@Duke Conference with the conference founders, the Duke Global Digital Health Science Center.
Niantic, Inc. along with Nintendo have truly produced a masterpiece - quite possibly a tour de force for many years to come in mobile gaming and even fitness apps.
The speaker lineup for the upcoming Lifecycle of Digital Health Science conference on April 12 is loaded with successful experienced health professionals.
Most developers are encouraged to contribute to Open Source Software projects.
When Moogfest announced it was coming to Durham, partnering with the event was a no-brainer for Smashing Boxes.
UPDATE 4/5: The Moogfest website has been nominated for two Webby Awards
No matter where you look on the web today, Responsive Design is there.
To say that Ember has grown over the past year would be an understatement.
After the first two parts of this series, you have a simple app for posting messages into a feed.
After working through the first part, we have a simple app that writes “Hello World” to the page.
Smashing Boxes encourages us to find better ways to deliver high-quality products.
It started in May 2015. A project that that our team had been working on during Labs, our weekly innovation time, had finally come to fruition.
The iPhone X is here, and consumers are raving about it.
Google and Android fans around the world tuned in to yesterday’s big hardware event in anticipation of the announcement of the Google’s own Pixel phone.
The Center for Koru Mindfulness® team shares their journey to first-time tech entrepreneurship.
The challenge in medical researchMedical research faces a significant challenge when it comes to study recruitment and retention.
Our developers Jordan Clifton and David Sweetman dove into the new programming language, “Swift,” that was announced yesterday during Apple’s keynote at WWDC14.
Last week, Android released Beta 1 of Android Q. Key changes include new design language, improvements in privacy and security, and seamless in-app navigation.It's still early, but here's what you need to know.