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Twitter and tech debt

On November 18th, activist and veteran naval intelligence officer Travis Akers ominously tweeted, “From one of the remaining Twitter employees: ‘It (Twitter) has about a week left before it’s dead.’”  Bad intel, I guess! Even though that didn’t turn out to be true, it captures the tweetosphere’s overall sentiments around Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover — “AhhHHhhhh!“ […]

What iI an App Feature

When I talk to people about how Features-as-a-Service is changing application development for enterprises, one of the first questions a lot of them ask is, “Uh, what is a feature?” That’s a fair question. App dev isn’t short on specialized, context-sensitive jargon (and whatever that stuff means technically, colloquially, it’s kind of the Wild West).  […]

The Onymos Way and the Other Way

You can drive a car perfectly without knowing how the engine works. With one key turn, you’ve successfully incorporated an engineering marvel into your daily routine. This concept of abstraction manifests itself in many forms. It allows us to generalize — and utilize — concepts while putting aside their complexities. I can use pneumonic devices without having a degree […]

One of the best ways to understand how Features-as-a-Service from Onymos can help software engineers build apps faster is by understanding how they build apps without it. Let’s take a look at how software engineers usually build their login features. Onymos Changes the Way Enterprises Build Apps When our enterprise customers use Onymos Features like […]

Features-as-a-Service

Think about any app you’ve ever used. You could probably log in, chat, upload media, or pay for something. At some point, those were all just bullet points on a project manager’s “feature list.” In fact, those have been bullet points on every project manager’s feature list, because they’re software application commodities — every app […]

Expanding horizons

Today, I’m excited to announce our Series A funding round of $12M.  This funding validates the journey we are on, creating the next technological leap in mobile and web application development. The last decade has been about Cloud-enabled services for Infrastructure (IaaS), Platforms (PaaS), and Software (SaaS). These services have brought down the threshold for […]

Authentication

Passwords are, well, terrible. At least, that’s just about what every IT security expert thinks. Users forget them a lot (half of Americans say they have to reset their passwords more than 5 times a month), they’re insecure (“111111”), and they’re time-consuming (we spend 11 hours a year typing them). Kicking Passwords While They’re Down […]

MDN Code Nuggets

For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been working through MDN’s Front-End Web Development course. It’s actually fairly new, and according to the release notes, was officially launched in June 2020. I was looking for a resource like this mainly to improve existing skills, and to see what new things I could learn from fundamental topics. Having […]

Social Media

There are A LOT of videos and articles to guide developers to include social logins in their mobile apps.  But most are superficial, covering the basic use-cases (most of them just the Login), but don’t discuss or explain, real-world implementation considerations.   We’ve been building social login capabilities for a long time.  Below are some […]

Albertsons app

At the start of 2021, the US was on the cusp of mass vaccinations for COVID. Healthcare providers across the country were gearing up to vaccinate potentially thousands of people per day. And one nationwide pharmacy realized they faced a mountain of paper vaccine consent forms. These forms contained critical patient data and were needed […]

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