We develop applications and services for mobile devices and interactive TV.
Our cross-platform approach employs web technology to bring apps to a multitude of platforms and devices reaching the widest audience possible.
We research web technology to build the best applications possible
In 1999 we started developing web applications, websites and content management systems. We have followed the emergence of mobile web browsers and related technologies such as HTML5 and CSS3 very closely since 2006.
PavingWays came to life and our first web-technology powered mobile application – CarCulatr – was created in the same year.
This knowledge enables us to build prototypes and applications that are not only state of the art but also easy to port to numerous platforms and devices.
Web technology is superior in many regards, but we also know about its limitations
Web technology allows us not only to create browser-based applications but also native applications that can be delivered through app stores. But not in all cases is a web-based application the right choice for your project. It is however vital for your strategy to evaluate the possibilities web technology can offer your applications.
Would you like to do completely different projects for an application aiming to support the Apple iPad (iOS), Samsung Galaxy Tab (Android), BlackBerry PlayBook (TabletOS) and the HP Palm TouchPad (webOS) – maybe even Samsung Televisions?
We show you how you can do this in a single project with a minimum overhead and low porting costs.
We share our Know-How at conferences, in-house consultings and workshops
We have been presenting our research results at various conferences. Our own events such as the Mobile Unconference 2010 or our regularly conducted HTML5 Meetups help us to stay up to date about bleeding-edge developments. Our blog is featured on W3C planet mobile and our articles have appeared in publications such as the .net magazine and dev.opera.com.
We consult you in all aspects of mobile and interactive TV development – from platform selection over development to app store success tracking.