Mobile App Development
What our clients are saying
We worked together with SMash ICT Solutions on a rather big project. I am very pleased with the work of the company. SMash ICT Solutions developed multiple Android apps on a tight schedule. They strongly think ahead, are strong communicators and take that extra step when required. We will definitely work more with them in the future.(5 / 5)
Michel LenaertsOwner, Woweb
The communication was very good, [SMash ICT] replied very fast to every mail and really thought with us about how the app would look the best. We are very happy with the result!(4 / 5)
As ordering party we are more than satisfied by the results. As delivery was within schedule and at a fair price, we certainly recommend SMash ICT.(5 / 5)
Frans de LeedeCEO, Delmo Group
I employed SMash ICT Solutions to develop a mobile application called Budget Better on iOS and Android. They are exceptionally easy to work with and the results were just as I wanted. Any request was not a problem and the developer offered excellent advice. I would single out the developers communication skills for special mention because you will feel 100% informed at all stages of the development I would not hesitate to hire SMash ICT Solutions for development projects. I will be going directly to them for future work.(5 / 5)
Paul DonohueDaddig Enterprises
Even though the team was around the other side of the world, the team was able to produce exactly what I wanted. They listened, asked the right questions, created, then refined and completed the work. What more can you ask for? We will be extending our team to include SMash ICT Solutions as our preferred service provider.(5 / 5)
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Latest blog posts
You probably recently received the “Next Steps from the Parse Team” newsletter in your inbox in which you were urged to take immediate action as it pertains to migrating your Parse.com-hosted apps. Or at least, you’re aware of the ultimate January 28, 2017 deadline for migrating your apps. While you should take such reminders seriously, there’s no need to panic. In this article, I share my experience with different Parse Server hosting backends and my choice after applying the principles outlined in Part 1 of this series. Read on!
By now, the imminent shutdown of Parse.com must have hit home for you as well: You wish it was merely a bad dream but unfortunately it’s a stark reality. You’ve got just a few months left to migrate your existing apps and obviously do not want to face another shutdown. Nearly every major MBaaS vendor is brandishing a banner that directly or indirect says “Parse.com let you down but you’re safe with us”. However, whom can you trust? Or maybe you should just host your own Parse Server? How about migrating away from anything Parse-like and settling for a completely different MBaaS. In this post, I share some important points to consider while deciding on your replacement for Parse.com.
We’re happy to announce the release of parse4cn1 version 3.0! With this version of parse4cn1, CodenameOne apps using the library can now specify the Parse backend URL. Parse4CN1 is a port of Parse’s REST API to CodenameOne (and by extension to Java) enabling apps built using CodenameOne to access a lot of the functionality provided by Parse in a cross-platform manner.