At Inverted Software we craft dozens of apps and APIs per year for our customers. One of the many challenges every client / server system face is the synchronization of time. Apps might be using multiple micro services and databases in different clouds and mobile apps might be running on different devices anywhere in the […]Read More You’re Doing It Wrong: Stop Making a Mess Out of Your App’s Time Zones With UTC
If you are annoyed by the endless cycle of downloading, updating and deleting apps on your iPhone, iPad and your other devices there may be hope coming soon in the form of new technology from Google. The new technology called Service Workers allows for rich offline experiences, periodic background syncs, push notifications and more – […]Read More Is Google’s Service Workers the Future of Apps Updates?
At Inverted Software we are often asked by our customers what frontend development and backend development are and what the difference between the two is. In simple terms: Frontend software development is any code that your browser receives from your server and processes locally on your computer to display your web page. Such code is […]Read More What Is The Difference Between Frontend and Backend Programming?
With Verizon’s $1.35 million FCC fine over violating net neutrality by using Super Cookies, consumers have become aware of a new breed of Cookies. Cookies that store large amount of tracking information on the user’s machines and that the browser cannot block, even in privacy mode. Such Cookies can track users across the web and […]Read More Worried about Super Cookies? Here Is How To Protect Yourself