Microsoft recently partnered with AVEVA, an engineering, design and management software provider to the Power, Oil & Gas and Marine industries. AVEVA’s challenge is one that is becoming more and more common in the construction visualization space: ever increasing complexity of 3D data that needs to be highly interactive to a customer base that operates on mobile platforms (smartphones,
We developed an Electron-based app using Microsoft Intune cloud service for management and distribution across a broad range of devices.
The ixo Foundation is building a decentralized impact evaluation protocol using blockchain and W3C decentralized identifier specification. We worked with them to develop a sample client in React Native, including a native Android plugin for app-to-app communication.
We developed a Voronoi selection feature to improve the node selection experience in a HoloLens app that enables physicians to visualize cancer drug networks in 3D.
We share how we built a flexible data visualization dashboard by leveraging the GraphQL stack.
We partnered with the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness to develop a Xamarin application, WeCount, for volunteers to use to collect survey data for the 2017 Point-In-Time Count.
As Unity applications become more complex, the need arises to extend Unity to provide additional capabilities. In our work with Aveva, we used Unity’s plugin architecture to utilize the workstation and server GPU, while still leveraging the Unity runtime for input and display.
We recently worked on developing “unbundle” support for react-native-windows to reduce launch times and memory usage for React Native Windows apps.
We recently worked to bring greater parity to react-native-windows by building cross-platform layout library Facebook.Yoga for UWP and WPF as the React Native framework for iOS and Android switched to use Yoga.
Using GraphQL and Azure to create a data processing pipeline for identifying trends and providing insights about global humanitarian crises.