Keeping constant innovation at its core, SELISE had the pleasure of working with numerous fintech companies over the years – each presenting unique needs and challenges. From developing game-changing platforms from scratch to business consultancy for streamlining core process, the objective was always the same: craft software solutions that are simple, yet ingenious.
#noui is a trend set off in 2013 by UX Guru Golden Krishna, whereby he advocates display-less control of software. He pushes the bar even further than Google with their Material Design statement against overcrowded UI. More so than Google, Krishna seems to be guiding us back to the core essence of a good User Interface- Functionality. Whereas #noui mainly focuses on consumer goods and consumer applications such as online stores or door locks, there is a yet untapped potential for #noui in enterprise software. So what does #noui look like in enterprise IT? In its essence #noui enterprise is an intelligent […]
When a software project is outsourced to a land far, far away, it is obvious that the decision to do so was a tough one for the stakeholders of that company. Making the final call will inevitably result in a few despondent faces within the organization- especially the technical team. Always reluctant concerning such a move, technical teams have their fare share of reasons. This may range from the sheer discomfort of working with people from different cultures, to the fear of losing importance in your own company.
SELISE demonstrates Apple’s 3D Touch with a game built in a day. Only a few days after Apple released their new SDKs and APIs for the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, SELISE submitted a 3D touch app to the Appstore in the form of Forcy Bird.
SELISE Junior Software Engineer Yogesh Mongar and his team have created ‘Dial4Blood’, a crowdsourced blood donation application which won the first prize in the Mobile Apps Development Contest hosted by G2C, Bhutan. This winning innovation in the Health and Education category allows users look for blood donors and organise blood donation campaigns.
Hello folks, in this latest addition of our Swift tutorial series we will take creating the Facebook album browser into a next level. I have seen a lot of request regarding my previous article ‘Build a facebook album browser using Swift‘ to update it in regard of Facebook SDK v4.4. In this tutorial, not only I have updated the Facebook iOS SDK into latest version but also used latest version of Swift and added some more features.
Rapid Application Development (RAD) is the combined outcome of today’s most prominent software development tools, API’s and SDK’s and the naked agile philosophy. The New Venture industry has gladly embraced this catalytic approach for faster innovation. SELISE rockin’ software heavily promotes the RAD approach when working on new systems because of its proximity to the market. Multinational corporations and government agencies are experiencing wonders by allowing their IT managers to implement RAD as a means to innovation. SELISE CEO, Julian Weber covered these business implications in his recent conference contribution on Corporate Innovation through Rapid Application Development.
SELISE Software Engineer Jonayet Hossain and his team RenoScience have crafted the winning innovation for the visually impaired, at this years Make-a-thon, an international hardware development competition. E-Braille is designed to make life easier for the visually impaired and states an excellent example of how the right blend of technology, creativity and youthful enthusiasm can lead to great innovations.
In the latest addition to our range of tutorials, we will be exploring the realm of push notifications. This tutorial will help you to learn to develop an app that utilises the push notification, and simultaneously, allow you to develop a .Net based push notification server.
Numerous complaints have been raised by the developers regarding motion control Apps which make use of high velocity device rotations. Their fingers are primarily pointing at Samsung, the company that boasts about about 65% share of the Android market as well as about 25% share of the global smartphone market. The SELISE developers also encountered difficulties implementing their recent motion control innovation, the FlipMob API, into Samsung devices.