Taking a dive into the world of IoT
This year, one of our innovation tracks is completely devoted to the Internet of Things, better known as IoT. In these tracks, we give our coworkers the opportunity to discover and test a certain new or existing technology. With the possibility in mind to add it to our stack, our developers try to get to know this technology as well as possible, test it out, if possible, even with a real case.
User experience of your daily frustrations: The password input field
When you want to start using a new product or application, the first thing you’ll probably need to do is set up an account, and no account is created without picking a password. In most cases, the password field will automatically hide your new password, but if you’re very lucky you can take a look at it by clicking the eye icon. Although, most of the time you’ll just have to hope you didn’t make any mistakes. It’s like the blind leading the blind. Our UX designers gave this process some thought and came up with an idea to improve the password input field and as a logical consequence the registration setup process.
Our recap of the Flutter Engage keynote
When Flutter announced a keynote after 5 months of silence, we wrote a blogpost about our predictions and desires for this new release announcement. We were thinking of three main categories for this release: Flutter for web, focus on Null Safety and Flutter for Desktop. Let's guide you through the changes in this Flutter 2.0 release.
Flutter Engage; our predictions and desires
Flutter announced their next keynote Flutter Engage to take place on Wednesday 3/03/2021, and we couldn’t be more excited to find out what the new release will bring us. Normally Flutter has a release every 3 months, but since the last release was already 5 months ago, we’re hoping for a big surprise this time! Will 3/3/2021 be a symbolic date? Maybe they will release a 3rd stable platform, web? Alongside the existing other 2: iOS and Android? We’re speculating the hell out of this one. But let’s hear what our Flutter expert, Koen Van Looveren, predicts, or can we say; hopes for: