Recently, I got an internship which involved me developing an app for both IOS and Android. I had no prior experience in app development, so the concept was quite new to me. However, I saw that many things I learned in my other programming and software development classes translated really well into the mobile development process. But there were a few things specific to app development that I had to adapt to. For many of those who are planning to or just starting to work on an app, read on about the process that one should take.
Finding a restaurant—and avoiding the allergy-sensitive food options that restaurants provide—is a challenge for UAT alumnus Kyle Tommet. That is why he created a prototype for the Food Meister app when he was a student. Tommet, who has a passion for food and technology (he holds degrees in both Culinary Arts and Advancing Computer Science here at UAT), came up with a real solution to a real-world problem: food allergies.