GVSU team explores mobile app solution for culinary industry

GVSU team explores mobile app solution for culinary industry

Figure 1. From left to right: Christian Nkoulou Tsongui, Matt Neele, Jongin Seon, and Trungvuong Pham. When Matthew Neele, founder of ÔRKiD a startup in the culinary industry, needed a mobile app experience prototyped, he turned to GVSU’s Applied Computing Institute...
Experiences using Google’s Flutter Framework

Experiences using Google’s Flutter Framework

[Note – this article was contributed by Kaylin Zaroukian (BS in CS 2019)] For my group’s computer science capstone project we were tasked with building a mobile app that accompanies a shuttle service, with main features including routing and trip-planning. We...
Laker Mobile 2.0 Is Here!

Laker Mobile 2.0 Is Here!

One of the latest projects of the MASL aimed to renovate the Laker Mobile iOS app, by following the most recent standards of the mobile application development industry. The original Laker Mobile app was released back in 2010 with some updates until 2014. This first...
MVP and Android?

MVP and Android?

Android is a beautiful, misunderstood platform. On one hand, the Android framework provides an accessible starting through Java, but drops the ball on user interface architecture. The iOS platform provides a straight-forward way of dealing with the separation of model...
Drone Delivers Coffee @ GVSU

Drone Delivers Coffee @ GVSU

Thanks to the clever programmers in the GVSU Mobile Applications and Services Lab no longer have to walk over to Kirkhoff to get their cup of Java! Instead, they dispatch a Bebop drone that flies across campus, and then sneaks into Kirkhoff behind a passing...