Audience participation is changing rapidly with the advent of new technology, and people are consuming content in new and exciting ways. While these trends present opportunities, meeting high audience expectations demand a lot from companies looking to deliver innovative experiences. Using Pusher O2 met this challenge head-on, creating an engaging second-screen experience which brings sports
This is a guest post by Kevin Rohling, founder/ceo of cisimple. Here at cisimple we’re really excited to be announcing the first release of our API. We’ve exposed functionality giving our users a new level of control over build processes for their mobile applications. It’s now possible to kick off new builds, download artifacts and
It can be a huge challenge to make a marketing campaign stand out and get attention, so imagine trying to do so during the US Presidential election. How could it be possible to create a campaign that grabs national attention on a modest budget? Mullen did just this for JetBlue, creating a viral campaign powered
DigitalBooker is a web-based Bookings Management system, designed with customers in mind. From managing bookings for bowling lanes to organising time for Zumba classes, each system is built to fully suit its main purpose. Fredrik Rönnlund tells us how Pusher technology is integrated into the application to avoid frustration and improve customer service. What does DigitalBooker
Cliniko use Pusher for their web-based practice management system. Founder Joel Friedlaender explains how realtime functionality allows users to see calendar updates live, and how they use Pusher for announcing a patient’s arrival in a waiting room. What does your app do, and what problems does it solve for your users? Our app is a
Scout monitors your server and application infrastructure and alerts you when something goes wrong. Scout’s plugin system provides metrics for Rails applications, Apache, MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, Memcached, and more. Pusher powers Scout’s real-time charts, providing live metrics from any number of your servers. We’ve chatted with founder Andre Lewis, who told us a bit more
AskOwls provide live virtual classrooms for teachers and students to meet. The idea behind their platform is to enhance online education by making the learning social and interactive. The co-founder of AskOwls, Morgan Snowden, told us more. What does your app do, and what problems does it solve for your users? We provide virtual classrooms
Sprint.ly opened their private beta in December of 2011 and is a new tool that enables businesses to collaborate when building software. Graham Blache from Sprint.ly explained how their product aims to solve the lack of communication and transparency in the software development process that so often leads to frustration and huge losses in productivity.
We’ve chatted to Brandon Chez, who developed his own cloud based solution for saving game files, GameStow. He put the idea on the funding platform Kickstarter, and the project was a success. The prototype is now open and anyone can try it out for free. What does your app do, and what problems does it
Urbangap is a web design studio. In 2012 they set themselves a challenge to create a new website every month to describe their values as web designers and developers, and to demonstrate their passion for Internet technologies. They showed us their April website and how it can be navigated by the user from a smartphone.