iOS-based app designed and developed by Rosberry

A clinically-proven program that will have you sleep easily and deeply at night. The developer of the method is an internationally-renowned sleep expert Dr. Richard Shane. Over the last 25 years he has held thousands of personal phone sessions to help people achieve the sleep they deserve. To make the Sleep Easy method more accessible to a wider audience we have built an easy-to-use iOS app. The app offers a wide selection of programs to address your sleep challenges and begin sleeping better your first night.

Sleep Challenges

To start using the Sleep Easy method…


By Yevgeny Nagibin, Android Developer at Rosberry

My name is Yevgeny and I’ve been developing Android apps at Rosberry for seven years. We’ve built more than a dozen native iOS and Android photo and video processing apps with millions of installs, so managing and dealing with media files have become one of the favourite areas of expertise for our team. In this article I want to share my experience on creating filters and video effects for Filmm, a popular video editing app. Its first Android version was published by us on Google Play last year, the one for iOS even…


By Serge Gorbachev, Director General at Rosberry

In 2001, when Agile Manifesto was created, the world of software development was a little different. Everyone was tired of massive and long projects, which were really hard to manage. Too much effort and time was spent on making solid technical requirements, and more effort was required to implement them. There was a lack of transparency, no feeling of dynamics, teams were burning out. In such circumstances, or better say due to such circumstances the Agile in software development was born.

Scrum, as a full-fledged example of Agile, came to help desperate teams…


By Serge Gorbachev, Director General at Rosberry

In 2001, when Agile Manifesto was created, the world of software development was a little different. Everyone was tired of massive and long projects, which were really hard to manage. Too much effort and time was spent on making solid technical requirements, and more effort was required to implement them. There was a lack of transparency, no feeling of dynamics, teams were burning out. In such circumstances, or better say due to such circumstances the Agile in software development was born.

Scrum, as a full-fledged example of Agile, came to help desperate teams…


During the first ‘Spring Loaded’ event held by Apple this year they introduced some updates for Apple Card and Apple Podcasts, announced a new color for iPhone 12, an upgrade to AppleTV 4K, unveiled long-awaited AirTags, and finally took the wraps off their new iMac and iPad Pro powered by the M1. It’s great that despite widespread lockdowns and restrictions caused by the corona crisis, Apple continues to make high-quality and eye catching presentations of their products.

Apple Card


By Dmitry Rabetckiy, Android Developer at Rosberry

Almost in every Android-based application there are item lists in one form or another. To display those lists on the screen developers use RecyclerView as the most fluent, friendly and resource non-intensive component. But, as it always happens, one and the same component in different use environments can behave absolutely differently. So, I propose that we outline the conditions we usually have to deal with and divide them into two groups:

Those we can influence:

  1. Nesting level as relating to other Views.
  2. Number of Views on one screen.
  3. “Light” ViewHolder.
  4. Number of unique ViewHolders.
  5. Animation inside ViewHolder…


By Ivan Nikanorov, QA Engineer at Rosberry

We keep on sharing our experiences in the realm of mobile app testing. If you’ve been a follower of our publication for long, you should remember that some time ago we already started telling about our use of AMQP protocol and RabbitMQ. We explained why we couldn’t employ standard methods to inspect traffic within the project we had at that time.

In today’s mini-article we will have a closer look at another case many QA guys might often face i.e. the backend is ready for testing whereas the app itself is still under…


iOS-based app designed and developed by Rosberry

Zazzi is the perfect cross between Uber and Airbnb. The app allows Photographers and Videographers the ability to grow their clientele and expand their business. Zazzi connects clients with Photographers & Videographers so they can easily create Photos and Videos to use for any purpose.

Zazzi was developed with a split focus. Not only does it meet the needs of the Photographer & Videographer, it easily meets the needs of clients. Customers are able to contact talented contractors at a time and place of their choice. …


Introduction

The main thing every client should remember about mobile app development is that it usually requires a good deal of time and money.

In most cases, a mobile application is an auxiliary tool. You should start thinking about having it in place if you are sure that users will get a clear-cut set of functions they will use with unfailing regularity: newsfeed, communication, data retrieval, etc.

Use frequency is very important as app download and installation, as well as sign-up and profile creation, take lots of time and the app itself requires certain storage space on your smartphone. …


By Ivan Nikanorov, QA Engineer at Rosberry

In November 2019 we started a big project, which not being small at its initial stage, is supposed to have even greater scalability right after its implementation. The platform we are working on (web+mobile apps) is expected to have pretty serious data exchange, so securing reliable message delivery has been one of the implementation objectives. Whether the device is on or off, the messages should not be lost, whereas the delivery shall be made with a confirmation in place. To ensure message delivery between the system components, we’ve chosen to use AMQP protocol…

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Particularly good at developing lifestyle apps → develop@rosberry.com

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