MBaaS acts as the bridge between the data, logic, and services which reside in the backend of what might be your Enterprise environment or external service, and the interface that your users interact with.

Tim Gibson
By Tim Gibson under Engineering, Insights 17 January 2017

Today, there’s a mobile phone in every pocket, and the mobile development ecosystem is mature. Don’t mistake that, however, for the idea that it’s also standing still - because it’s not.

Stephen Wilson
By Stephen Wilson under Insights, Engineering 15 December 2016

Below are some of our technical learnings on how to approach development, and some of the technical lessons that will help to ensure a robust, production ready Skill.

By The App Business under Insights, Engineering 30 November 2016

The use cases for Indoor Mapping are endless. Here is a closer technical look at the topic - and explain how we used a small-scale proof-of-concept to explore the capabilities of Apple’s Indoor Survey app.

Ken Boucher
By Ken Boucher under Engineering, Insights 11 August 2016

Digital mapping has changed the way we get around - from Google and Apple maps, to Citymapper and satnavs. But what about navigating indoors? We’ve been exploring Indoor Mapping to bridge the gap in your end-to-end navigation.

Ken Boucher
By Ken Boucher under Insights, Engineering 14 July 2016

Almost all projects have a need for multiple environments. This allows us to test our user-facing software against non-production data, and deploy in-development instances of our backend for testing purposes.

Sam Dods
By Sam Dods under Engineering 22 April 2016

Recently, Will Thomas and I gave a talk here at TAB about caching, providing a simple high level overview of what it is for all our non-engineering teams.

Ken Boucher
By Ken Boucher under Engineering, Insights 10 March 2016

## TABTipsIn an effort to share cool things we've learned at TAB, welcome to the first in what we hope will be many of #TABTips!This will be a series where we share cool things we've learnt on project...

Ken Boucher
By Ken Boucher under Engineering 23 February 2016

Seasoned Objective-C developers have numerous tips and tricks that they use to aid the debugging process. However, some of these don’t seem as fruitful or are simply not available in Swift.

By The App Business under Engineering 14 December 2015

Exploring all the different possibilities of our area of discipline allows us to become even better at what we do and encourages us to strive to achieve our potential. This is no different within the testing team at TAB.

Zachary Borrelli
By Zachary Borrelli under Agile, Engineering 30 June 2015

Last year, we streamed Google's I/O conference direct to our old Soho office, but for 2015, we decided to get closer to the action. For me, that meant San Francisco and the opportunity to experience Google I/O live.

Voicu Klein
By Voicu Klein under Insights, News, Engineering 15 June 2015

In the testing industry, we always find ourselves in the middle of a 'should we / shouldn’t we?' battle when it comes to test automation and choosing the best framework that fits the needs of a softwa...

Sam Berry
By Sam Berry under Engineering 03 November 2014

Last Wednesday, Google got to work confirming (or denying) the latest gossip, predictions and downright wild guesses that have been in circulation since the end of June about a pre-Christmas release o...

Swav Kulinski
By Swav Kulinski under Engineering, Insights 17 October 2014

On 22nd-23rd September, I headed to Paris to deliver a live coded session for Droidcon – the largest Android developer conference in Europe.With more than 400 attendees, Droidcon Paris drew together 3...

By The App Business under Engineering, News 14 October 2014

I started working at The App Business late last year and for me, this was the first time I had a dedicated QA team on a project. One of the things that began to dawn on me very quickly was that the br...

By The App Business under Engineering, #TABLife 01 October 2014