the missing piece

THE OAK CITY LABS DEVELOPMENT BLOG

the missing piece

THE OAK CITY LABS DEVELOPMENT BLOG

the missing piece

THE OAK CITY LABS APP DEVELOPMENT BLOG

Code can get a little intimidating.
Let’s break it down, 101 style.

The Oak City Labs blog features articles written by our team to help you better understand the world of app development.

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Computer Vision

Simple Image Recognition with Tensorflow

Machine learning can be an intimidating field to get into. In the event you want to dive right in, I’m providing a very brief and fairly high-level overview of how machine learning works. I’ll also cover a very simple image recognition project using Tensorflow that you can get up and running with a little bit of Python knowledge.

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Office

Thankful at Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays of the year because family and friends slow down, gather around the table, and simply give each other the gift of our time. Today, our team is hopping on the blog to each share what we’re grateful for this year with our team, our company, our clients and our community. What are you grateful for this season?

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Mobile

Are Progressive Web Apps the Future?

A few weeks ago at the All Things Open conference I was introduced to a term I had heard a few times but had not done much research on: “Progressive Web Apps”. Wikipedia describes Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) as “regular web pages or websites but can appear to the user like traditional applications Wikipedia describes Progressive Web

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Mobile

Taking the Fastlane from Xcode Server to TeamCity?

At Oak City Labs, we love our continuous integration (CI). In our world, CI means that we have a trusty assistant sitting in the shadows that watches for new additions to our code repository.  Any updates get compiled, tested, packaged and shipped off for user consumption. If something goes wrong, the team

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Mobile

When Disaster Strikes, Technology Arrives

Hurricane season may be tapering off as we enter the last week of October, but the use of technology during all sorts of natural disasters shows no signs of stopping. As we all know, the United States experienced three powerful hurricanes in August and September (Harvey, Irma and Maria), each delivering an unprecedented

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