UruIT Blog

A nearshore dev team passionate about agile, web and mobile

  • The Spotyngular Project: Cloning Spotify with AngularJS 2

    Talking about the basics of AngularJS 2 is the first step into “The Spotyngular Project”. This project will be presented through a series of posts where I’ll be explaining how to create a clone of the well-known music streaming service Spotify. What for? To show how AngularJS 2 new features interact with each other and expose the benefits and tricks of this framework latest version.

  • When it comes to Software Development Outsourcing all roads lead to Uruguay!

    Uruguay, with its 3.3 million people and 176,000 square kilometres is one of the most progressive and stable countries in The Americas, and is not only a leader in human development and global education indexes, but has a thriving technology sector that accommodates both global companies like TCS, Netsuite and Infragistics and innovative startups that rival the best in Silicon Valley.

  • My mobile app, which development path should I choose: Native or HTML5?

    When developing your mobile app, you face an important choice. Should you develop it in the next generation web markup language, HTML 5, which was designed to a large extent to enable enhanced functionality within the desktop or mobile web browser; or should you use the native development environments to develop a native application? In other words, should you design a mobile web based app, or should you design your application to run natively on the iOS, Android, Windows, Blackberry, or other mobile operating system?

  • Why using TypeScript to develop AngularJS applications.

    For those of us who are front-end developers, hearing about the kindness of developing with AngularJS is no novelty.But I won't focus on AngularJS, I will be talking about our experience using TypeScript to develop AngularJS applications.

  • We are all about AngularJS !

    AngularJS is a client-side JavaScript framework created to simplify your life. Okay, so I’m exaggerating a little…. But it does make front-end development much easier!

  • Tips for a successful migration to SharePoint 2013

    We started this year all out migrating production farms from SharePoint Server 2010 to high availability servers in the latest version of the product, SharePoint Server 2013. With this migration we found some things we thought would be interesting to share with those of you who are considering (or already doing) a migration to SharePoint Server 2013.

  • Syncing sharepoint 2010 with outlook

    SharePoint offers the possibility to connect to content in a Document Library directly from Outlook, edit the documents offline and then sync when connection is restored. This is very useful if we are working at home and we want to access a shared document (ex. VPN connection settings) or continue working directly on a file.