We are an independent consulting software development company. Currently, most of our business is consulting. We are in the process of creating our own software tools with the hopes of being able to split the company between consulting and in-house development. Prior experience has led us through the Java, Objective-C, C# and Swift development. These languages have been used to make front-end Windows applications, REST and SOAP web-service as well as mobile apps.
We offer a full range of app development services. We can provide guidance on getting started with an app, submitting to the app store or full development and debugging services. Have an idea but not quite sure how to get started? We will even partner with you on a brand new idea. Drop us a line at email@example.com
We believe in open source software. It has made our development much quicker and we would like to return the favor. Check out the great software we’ve made open source.
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At Beyers Apps we are hard at work writing code to help improve lives in some way. Blogs are a great way to give back to the developer community. We love to blog about solutions we find to hard problems so that the next developer can solve the problem a little quicker.
For the past 6 weeks we have been lucky enough to partner with a group of math teachers/researchers from a University in North Eastern U.S. These researchers are trying to find new and effective ways of teaching young students who are falling behind in math. As part of their strategy, they wanted to create an […]
Swift is full of exciting features and it certainly takes a long time of in-depth use to find them all and to build a true appreciation for them. Recently, I have been working with initializers and have found some new tricks, provided by Swift, that have simplified my work. I’m going to focus on Swift […]
If you have been using Swift over the past few months, chances are you have come across issues using Strings. Many of the Objective-C methods we have relied on no longer work without some extra leg work. Over the last few days I have seen several questions posed on blogs and forums asking how to complete certain […]
These days every company is looking to “go mobile” but what if time, cost, or personnel do not allow for your company to have a full mobile app? Here we will talk about some ways to achieve the goal of “going mobile” without creating a dedicated mobile app.