Software Development for iOS and Mac

2012-05-28 /develop/
  BareFeetWare develops software for iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Mac. We specialize in database driven solutions, using SQLite.
Contact us Contact us with your requirements for an iPhone or iPad app. We are very approachable, friendly, experienced and realistic.
Data Modelling At the heart of every app is the data model. It describes the internal logic of the data, such as your product list, contacts, contact management system or workflow logic. It is essential to accurately describe this logic early on in the app development process. We place close attention to modelling your data at the beginning to expedite the project overall.
User Interface One of the hallmarks of Apple's iOS is the fun and engaging user interface. We design the user interface of our apps adhering to the Apple User Interface Guidelines, while also incorporating your company branding. Our apps are designed to not merely be functional, but also intuitive, fast and enjoyable to use.

CropMate VarietyChooser
The CropMate VarietyChooser app was developed by BareFeetWare for the NSW Department of Primary Industries. The app gives farmers information literally "in the field" to choose the varieties of crops for their region, with disease resistance levels, comparative yields and other statistics.

Screen NSW
The Screen NSW app (developed by BareFeetWare) has been re-released on the Apple App Store. Now it has hundreds of locations around NSW for filming, interacting with GPS, phone, email and web to coordinate all the information you could need. A great app for anyone exploring NSW.

Philips EnvisionTouch
EnvisionTouch is the universal remote control for all of your home or business electronics. Dim lights, enable security, close the garage door. Commissioned for Philips Dynalite.
Tabula View We are working on a new app to view documents on your iPad/iPhone, DropBox, FTP and other servers. The app shows the contents of standard SQLite database files, including all of your business data.
SQLite Xcode Tutorial Tom Brodhurst-Hill, from BareFeetWare, is a regular presenter at CocoaHeads, Sydney. The slides from this talk show Cocoa programmers how to use the powerful SQLite database engine to drive apps.

SQLite is a powerful yet lightweight database engine that runs behind most Mac and iOS apps (including CoreData).
SQLite GUI Editors Many SQLite data entry apps are available for desktop computers, which makes it easy for our customers to populate the data models that we create for them. This page compares the features of several SQLite data manager apps for Mac.
Sophisticated maps We use Spatialite and Geos libraries to build sophisticated mapping solutions into our apps.

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