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Dissecting Open Data app: Toronto Beaches for Windows Store

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From user perspective, Open Data app is just one of the applications on his or her device. As any other app, it expected to be functional, well designed and easy to use.  In the same time, Open Data app developers

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Open Data: my journey from a test app to the City of Ottawa app contest

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Hi! This is Andrei Marukovich from LunarFrog.com, a mobile application developer and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional. First time I came across the Open Data when looked for a kindergarten in my neighborhood. As it turned out, the City of Toronto

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Swimming in Open Data and Montreal

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At Make Web Not War, we love to spotlight great local developers and apps, particularly when it comes from the open data community. The following is an interview completed with Laurent Duveau from Montreal on his app “Swim in Montreal”.

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Bringing a Touch of Craftsmanship to the Touchscreen

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Craftsmanship is the key to an app. It is the framework, the mindset, and the skills of designers and developers to mold a platform with all its inherent functions and flaws into an immersive experience that catches and captivates user.

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Building a Location-based App Using the Finder Template

The Windows 8 Finder Template is a template developed to allow developers to quickly and easily create a location based type application for the Windows 8 store. It allows a developer to easily pull existing point of interest data into

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MobileStartupsTO features: Designing & Developing for Windows 8

    Article written by Kevin Yu, marketing intern at People & Code. On May 8, 2013, People & Code hosted their MobileStartupsTO Special Feature: Designing & Developing for Windows 8. Presenters Ashley Arbour (Interactive Designer) and Mukul Seth (Interactive

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