Q&A with LunarLab’s Elizabeth Anderson: Custom apps and where to start

Beginning development of a custom application often seems simple and straightforward. A problem has been defined and technology is the solution, but there is so much more to it than that.  At MotionMobs, development of apps is usually described through the metaphor of building a house. Building something strong, stable, and beautiful requires a significant […]

GraphQL or REST?

I’ve heard all the hype with GraphQL and couldn’t wait to see what the fuss was all about. I wondered if this would even be worth my time learning considering it’s relatively new and the industry standard is REST (another way of querying data, but we’ll talk about that later in this blog). Plus, let’s […]

How MotionMobs built GuideSafe: Developing with Swift

When the team at MotionMobs heard about the new Exposure Notification framework coming from Apple and Google, we knew that it was an opportunity to use our expertise to help manage and eliminate COVID-19. As direct competitors in the mobile market, it’s not often that Apple and Google work together to combine the power of […]

Becoming a Developer

So you decided to become a programmer? You took classes, online courses, and scoured the internet for tutorials to follow. Next, you’ve created personal projects to build your portfolio to get your dream job. You got the job but you come to realize that this isn’t quite like sitting in a classroom listening to your […]

Top 5 WWDC 2020 sessions

Every year, around the beginning of summer, Apple hosts its annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC). Every year, we all do our best to keep up with the latest announcements and updates coming from the conference about new technologies we’ll be able to use in the products we build for our clients. After the first […]