Mark Arteaga, founder of RedBit Development

Mark Arteaga is the founder & President of RedBit Development, helping enterprises, innovators and entrepreneurs develop and bring to market the digital applications your customers and employees want and need.

RedBit Development

Polyfill with Create React App

Preamble

As the front end development world continues revolving and evolving into a fully fledged platform, and as javascript continues to make headway in all facets of the tech stack, more and more functionality is being added almost every day.

While this should be a fantastic development, here comes that giant black cloud that we all know too well: Customers.

If you’ve been in front end development for any time at all, you have been through this scenario: After building your latest and …

Getting Started with React Flexbox Grid

Web development technology is fast moving and constantly evolving and seems every time you blink, some new framework has been created. In this article I’ll focus on getting started with React Flexbox Grid. Note that this is not a full fledged tutorial nor a description of flexbox; if that’s what you are looking for then you should check out Chris Coyier’s fantastic write-up: A Complete Guid to Flexbox. The goal of this article is to allow you to quickly get up to speed with …

Xamarin Experience Event Toronto

NOTE: THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT

If you are into Xamarin like our team at RedBit is you will definitely want to head out to this event to talk about mobile apps, cloud connected apps, DevOps – RedBit will be there!

Microsoft teams will be presenting a half day session on how and why you should take advantage of mobile in your business and how to use the tooling provided from Microsoft such as the new Visual Studio 2017. Spaces are limited so to register you will have to email …

Hacking for Missing Kids – Hockey App, Push Notifications & Wrap Up

This is the last post in a series on how to get the Xamarin based code for a hackathon we did with Missing Children’s Society of Canada up and running on iOS, Windows & Android. This article will focus on how to distribute the app.

For reference here is the series of articles available

  1. Technology for Good
  2. Technology Overview
  3. Cloning the Project
  4. Running Xamarin App on iOS
  5. Running Xamarin App on Android
  6. Running Xamarin App on Windows
  7. Hockey App, Push Notifications & Wrap up

Hockey …

Hacking for Missing Kids – Running Windows Version

In the previous article on Hacking for Missing Kids – Running Android Version we looked at how to get the Xamarin app running on Android. Next, is running the application on Windows using our Xamarin based code

For reference here is the series of articles available

  1. Technology for Good
  2. Technology Overview
  3. Cloning the Project
  4. Running Xamarin App on iOS
  5. Running Xamarin App on Android
  6. Running Xamarin App on Windows
  7. Hockey App, Push Notifications & Wrap up

Do the following to run …

Hacking for Missing Kids – Running Android Version

In the previous article on Hacking for Missing Kids – Running iOS Version we looked at how to get the Xamarin app running on iOS. Next, is running the application on Android.

For reference here is the series of articles available

  1. Technology for Good
  2. Technology Overview
  3. Cloning the Project
  4. Running Xamarin App on iOS
  5. Running Xamarin App on Android
  6. Running Xamarin App on Windows
  7. Hockey App, Push Notifications & Wrap up

Do the following to run the application on Android

  1. Right click …
Hacking for Missing Kids – Running iOS Version

In the previous article on Hacking for Missing Kids – Cloning the Project we looked cloning the project from GitHub. Now that we have gone through an overview of the structure of the Xamarin app and cloning the project, we can go ahead and try to run it.

For reference here is the series of articles available

  1. Technology for Good
  2. Technology Overview
  3. Cloning the Project
  4. Running Xamarin App on iOS
  5. Running Xamarin App on Android
  6. Running Xamarin App on Windows
  7. Hockey App, Push …

Geoweb Summit #18

October 19, 2017

Jam Factory | Toronto

3.00 pm - Doors open

4.00 - 4.50 pm - Panel 1

Geomarketing app development

Lisa Denis is the founder of Emoggo, leveraging proximity data and geofencing technology.

Jeff Musson is President & CEO of Dynamite Network, a website and mobile app development shop.

Mark Arteaga is the founder & President of RedBit Development.

4.50 - 5.40 pm - Panel 2

Aerial mapping and data

Daniel Matzeg is cofounder of Enaeria, providing aerial photography, videography, surveying and mapping services.

Slava Gravets is the founder and CEO of SkySnap, a Toronto based aerial photo, video and surveying company.

TBA

5.40 - 6.00 pm - Break

Drinks + networking

6.00 - 6.40 pm - Keynote

TBA

TBA

6.40 - 7.20 pm - Panel 3

Geodata for enterprise

Todd Lewis is President and CEO of Spatial DNA, a Toronto-based technology company specializing in systems engineering and integration of spatial or location-based information with enterprise platforms.

TBA

7.20 - 8.00 pm - Panel 4

Blockchain for IoT

TBA

Hosted by

Peter Verkooijen, journalist, exiled New Yorker and founder of the Geoweb Forum project.

What are Geoweb Summits?

Geoweb Summits are business development-focused evening conferences in London, Toronto and New York at the intersection of geographic information systems, the internet of things and location-based services.

Who attends Geoweb Summits?

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