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Mobile Business

2020 Retrospective on Apple Announcements

As a leading iOS developer, going into 2021, we want to make sure you have all information at your fingertips on the various updates and announcements Apple has made throughout 2020. These enhancements could prove valuable to your business, or detrimental if you are not optimizing your applications.

As you review the below, keep in mind that Cheesecake Labs is happy to provide you a free consultation on how any of these updates could support your business and continue to build on a delightful experience for your users. Continue Reading

Development Business

Cheesecake Labs ranked Top#1 Mobile App Development Company in Latin America by Clutch

Cheesecake Labs is honored to be featured as Top #1 Mobile App Development Company by Clutch, representing the best choice for a nearshore development company in the US. We are very proud of our team and our work for such meaningful recognition from this leading B2B tech services research and review platforms.

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Business About Us

Cheesecake Labs presents enhanced SU App at SingularityU Brazil Summit 2019

We’re glad to share that we’ve returned from SingularityU Brazil Summit 2019, where we’ve presented the newest version of the SU app for Singularity University.  Featuring a chat functionality, the app now expands its experience regarding information exchange, research and data in areas like artificial intelligence, robotics and digital biology.

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Technical Opinion

VIPER architecture: Our best practices to build an app like a boss

The dev team at Cheesecake Labs has been using VIPER for iOS and Android mobile app development for over one year and we just love this clean architecture!

This article summarizes our best practices on the VIPER architecture, using code examples from our VIPER boilerplate. The code samples used here are in Swift, but all concepts mentioned may be applied to an Android project developed with VIPER, either using Java or Kotlin.

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