Outracks makes groundbreaking tools for apps development.
Created by developers for developers our tools enable:
- Cross-domain cooperation: programmers and designers working together, on equal terms, without biting each other's heads off in the process.
- True creative freedom: create the experiences you want, with full control of every pixel and without the limitations of "cookie-cutter tools".
- Native apps, without compromises: cross-platform development without sacrificing performance, power usage or platform-specific features. Yes, you can have it all.
Outracks is based in cold and beautiful Norway but prefers pixels over oil, salmon and snow.
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Climbing over the Great Wall: Lessons to learn from China’s most successful Android games
Featuring Chris Hanag
With an app market forecast to be worth more than US$1.5 billion in 2015, China is an attractive but elusive market for app developers. Smartphone usage rates are soaring and China sits at number two in the overall app download charts. But it’s a mistake for developers to assume a game that...droidcon android gaming case-study international-business
Deep Dive into the Gradle-based Android Build System
Featuring Etienne Studer
This talk will provide an in-depth tour of the new Gradle-based Android build system.android droidcon gradle
Video Streaming: from the native Android player to uncoventional devices
Featuring Alessandro Martellucci and Matteo Bonifazi
Getting a streaming video in your Android smartphone or tablet is no longer enough.In the latest period, Google shows how to push this concept forward to new appliances. Chromecast and Android TV are two of the most promising gadgets for upsetting the way users enjoy video streaming.droidcon android video-streaming chromecast androidtv
Testing applications at Facebook
Featuring Martin Konicek
How do Facebook engineers ship features to a billion people every two weeks? Learn how we continuously test mobile applications. We will also talk about stress testing and how to measure the impact of code changes on performance.droidcon android facebook testing
Reversing Engineering Android applications (and protecting them)
Featuring Enrique López Mañas
Although hard to see at a first sight, Android applications are not completely safe – with appropriate techniques they can be reverse engineered, and the insights can be accessible by any person with the right knowledge.droidcon android reverse-engineering