This summer has started out being a bright one for Oktaset. Over 1100 users at the Norwegian Developers Conference (NDC) managed their sessions with our mobile apps. The week after, close to 1000 users at TechEd North America in Orlando used our iOS and Android apps to browse through a wealth of content that is the TechEd agenda.
Thanks to all of you that provided us with valuable feedback. It will only make our product better!
Hope to see you all next year!
The Build Windows conference currently going on in Anaheim, California, shows off some exciting news for the future of Windows, Azure and accompanying development tools.
We think that with such an agenda and such a crowd of attendees, the official conference apps for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 7 is not enough. We saw it only fitting that we should bring the agenda to iOS and Android devices too.
As always we want you to have the best possible mobile experience when planning your sessions and view details about the conference speakers. In the version for iPhone and iPad, you can follow the #bldwin twitterstream, post tweets directly from the app, and share your conference experience on the Oktaset Facebook-wall.
During the conference, we will make sure that changes in the agenda is picked up by our Azure-based backend, and the apps will get the updated information.
Oktaset for NDC2011 is now available for iPhone/iPad and Android, and we expect Microsoft to approve our release for Phone7 in a few days.
We have been working hard to give you the best possible mobile experience for planning your sessions and view information about sessions and speakers. In the version for iPhone and iPad, you can follow the ndc2011 twitterstream, post tweets directly from the app, and share your conference experience on the Oktaset Facebook-wall.
During the conference, the Oktaset-crew will be onsite to make sure that changes in the agenda is posted to our back end “in the cloud”, and the apps will get the updated information. Your information will always be up to date. No more running around wondering what happens next. Continue reading
The iPhone and iPad apps have been approved by Apple, and can now be downloaded from the iOS AppStore.
Use the apps to follow and participate in the social streams from both Twitter and Facebook. Browse the conference speakers or sessions and plan your week at the Georgia World Congress Centre for the perfect TechEd experience.
…and if iOS isn’t your platform, maybe you’ld like to check out our Android app instead!
We promised to bring you some mobile apps for the TechEd North America 2011 conference. We’re happy to announce that the Android app is now ready for download over at Android Market.
Our iPhone app is still in for approval in the AppStore pipeline. We’ll let you know when its ready!
Now that the data feeds have been made available, we started working on the TechEd North America 2011 apps here at the KodeCompagniet offices this morning. Our Oktaset brand Android and iOS apps lets you easily browse speakers and sessions, plan your attendance and more.
Our iOS and Android apps branded for the TechEd North America 2011 conference have been out for awhile. Still not got them on your smartphone? Download the TechEd North America 2011 app for Android or iPhone and iPad. Stay tuned for updates by following @oktaset on twitter or get news and pics on the Oktaset Facebook page!
KodeCompagniet has been hired to develop a new extension for Adobe InDesign, for interaction with the upcoming PagePlanner3 from PagePlanner Solutions. This will be the primary accesspoint for layout-staff in editorials using PagePlanner DeskPro software. Direct access to InDesign-files, needed information from publication and issue and a lot of automation is key-point in this extension.
This extension wil be released to public with PagePlanner3, planned for release spring 2011.
As WPF is becoming the de-facto standard UI technology on the Windows platform, the Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern has become more and more prominent as a good way of separating concerns between UI and logic.
This Friday we are ramping up the effort to exploit WPF and its powerful data binding mechanisms, in one of our customers internal tool chain. That’ll also include a deep dive into MVVM.
Posted in Workshop
Tagged MVVM, WPF
Programutvikling and Microsoft invite you to a free one-day ASP.NET workshop in Oslo Thursday, March 3rd. The workshop is presented by KodeCompagniet’s Arjan Einbu.
The workshop will go through 4 lessons starting with the fundamentals of ASP.NET MVC 3, and continuing with presentations of the newly introduced Razor view engine, as well as models and data access.
Navigate to the registration website for a more in-depth description or to register..