Jan 17, 2018

Location Tech: Not the Battery Drain it Used to be

When it comes to deciding whether or not to add an SDK, one of the biggest push-backs we hear from developers is the impact adding it will have on battery life. Developers always need to weigh the positives and negatives of either creating functionality in-house from scratch, or using a pre-built SDK that may not be designed specifically for their use-case, and as a result can cause unwanted processing cycles and network noise.

Aug 11, 2017

What is an SDK and an API?

Mobile applications consist of several APIs and SDKs, and there’s a lot of confusion around what an SDK and an API are and what the difference is between the two. In this blog we discuss what they are and how they serve different purposes.

Apr 11, 2017

MAC IDs Behaving Badly: 5 Things You Need to Know about Wi-Fi

 A MAC address is (generally) a unique identifier for an access point (AP). They are broadcasted by the AP to help identify it out in the wild, and therefore, can be used to accurately position all types of devices. However, not all Wi-Fi APs provide the unambiguous data that we need to accurately locate devices.

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