Internet World 2014, Europe’s most anticipated ecommerce and marketing trade show is just three days from now. And we are excited to share with you that we have packed our bags. The 3-day exhibition is scheduled from June 17 to June 19 and the venue this time is ExCel London.
Being a well established web and mobile apps development company in London which always look for scope to expand, we aspire to exchange our knowledge with startups, learn from the experts, explore new markets, win new projects and make friends at the Internet World 2014.
We still go back to the immense learning that we received at events like Adtech, CBIT Germany and E-Commerce Expo. The memories from these events are still etched in our hearts. But our love affair with the Internet World started in 2010 and since then we have gained a lot, both in terms, of knowledge as well as customers. We, at Classic Informatics never miss a chance to learn from the experts, showcase what we got and reach out to our potential customers. And that’s precise why we cannot wait for the event to start already.
Exhibits such as the Internet World serve as a great platform that bring together business leaders, developers, digital marketers, technical experts, business development guys and the IT specialists. Not only does one get hands-on learning on each aspect of a technology-backed business, but you get to hear experts sharing their knowledge to help you get better and succeed.
This year, at the Internet World 2014, we look forward to discuss exciting new projects with new and existing clients in the following areas:
- eCommerce Solutions
- Cloud Solutions
- Enterprise Mobility
- Web Development Solutions
- On-going Support and Maintenance
Do stop by Stand Number IW248 at ExCeL London (One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1XL) any day between June 17 to June 19, 2014. We would love to meet you and hear all that you have to say.
For any further inquiries, please feel free to drop in an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get in touch.
See you soon, London!
This year at World Wide Developers Conference keynote, Apple spent a significant amount of time focusing on and speaking about the iOS 8. And it got everyone thinking about how the new version would look like. But you will have wait until September for the iOS 8 release. That’s too long, right? Well, being in the iOS app development business has its perks. The new operating system is available for iOS developers and we will tell you what makes iOS 8 more than just a new number.
No redesigning has been done to the new operating system. iOS 8 is built on iOS 7, taking its design and has included new features to it. The latest iOS updates are nothing like you have seen before. The new iOS 8 features will let the third parties score more with their apps. Yes, Apple is finally allowing the third-party apps to communicate with its own operating system as well as server through a number of extensions. The extensions that will allow the app developers to make apps are:
- Today Extensions
Like Windows Phone’s Live Tiles and Android’s home screen widget, iOS 8’s Today extension will let you show limited information in the Today view in the Notification Center.
- Share Extensions
Share extensions will let you share information from one app to online service. While one could share links or photos on Facebook and Twitter earlier also, the iOS8 is now open for online services such as Tumblr and Pinterest as well.
- Action Extensions
The most interesting of all extensions, Action extensions will allow apps to manipulate or view content in another app. For example, by using Bing Translate one can translate the text in a Safari window.
- Custom Keyboard Extensions
With the Custom keyboard extension, you can ditch the default keyboard and use third-party keyboards such as Fleksy or Swype.
- Photo Editing Extensions
The Photo editing extensions will allow the use of third-party photo editing apps by the users without exiting the main Photos app. This opens the way for many more photo apps like VSCO cam.
- Storage Provider Extensions
Storage provider extensions will let apps select documents from a variety of cloud services, such as Microsoft’s OneDrive, Dropbox and iCloud.