Interactive Salesforce1 Platform iWatch Integration

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A business with locations in the U.S. U.K., India and Australia asked Elegant MicroWeb to assist them in creating a streamlined, easy-to-use interface and integration with Apple Watch (iWatch) and the Salesforce1 platform. This company provides products. In order to meet the client goals, Elegant MicroWeb had to overcome numerous challenges, including design for a small screen with a limited area for user interaction, as well as ensuring stability of sequencing so that the iWatch app could consistently render data from the Salesforce1 platform.
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Case Study: Smart Watch/Phone App for NY leading Watch Brand

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A leading, globally recognized New York designer watch manufacturer and distribution company engaged Elegant MicroWeb to develop an application for one of their watch models. The goal was to provide a fast, dependable connection between the watch and a customer's smart phone for real time web access, activity tracking, music, and camera control.
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Wearable Technology Uh….!

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Before you got over the new douche bag trainee flashing their coolness by flashing their use of Twitter via phone, you already are dealing with a tech that is worn like a watch. Oh! Wow… they are called Smart Watches! Where do they stop. A watch, a replacement to a digital watch… you can do stuff with your watch… what are you… FIVE YEARS old? Oh no! It is rated cool…
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The Day Trudy Nearly Hired a Monkey to Develop a Mobile Application

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Earlier this year, I had lunch with my friend, David, the tech guru. He helps me look smart with my boss. My company wanted to develop a mobile app for our employees. It had to be GPS capable, allow us to stream audio and video, and support touch screen, web services and web applications. David said to use Symbian. What’s a Symbian? I consulted my dictionary and found that Symbion is an aquatic animal. That wasn’t it! I also found Simian, which is a monkey. David certainly didn’t want me to hire a monkey to develop my app. I called him and admitted I had no idea what a Symbian was!
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