New GoodBarber 4.0 Themes : Blurred

Written by on Monday, November 6th 2017

Today we're back to present a new creation our designer Marie-Julie has come up with. After Sunset and Stardust, now it's time to talk about the Blurred theme! 

Blurred is a theme full of warm colors that you can explore from all angles with this infographic to get an idea of what it can do for your project. Discover all of the customization options available, and if this theme happens to inspire you, go to your back office to activate it and personalize it as you please!

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User Profile and NavBar

Written by on Wednesday, October 25th 2017

We've improved the shortcut feature that allows a user's profile to be access from the NavBar. 

The shortcut is now dynamic; if the user is signed into the app, his profile picture is displayed. Otherwise, the default icon appears. 

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PWA's and advertising displays

Written by on Friday, October 20th 2017

Advertising displayed in a website represents an attractive source of revenue when you have a very targeted or important audience. If you're considering monetizing your Progressive Web App's traffic through advertising displays, you have several different options available. PWA's offer multiple places to display advertising, various formats, and connections to several ad networks, including GoodBarber's internal ad server. 

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Color gradients

Written by on Friday, September 29th 2017

As you might have noticed, color gradients are an unavoidable trend on the web this year.

So GoodBarber allows you to incorporate color gradients into your app.

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New products line, new features

Written by on Monday, September 25th 2017

Today we expanded GoodBarber’s offer with new subscriptions. They are divided into 2 products lines:
- A Web line, with 3 subscriptions to create Progressive Web Apps.
- A Native line + Web, with 4 subscriptions to create native apps (Android and iOS), as well as Progressive Web Apps.

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Apple & App Store guideline 4.2.6

Written by on Wednesday, September 20th 2017

During the Summer of 2017, the creation and management of iOS apps with GoodBarber was interrupted. This interruption followed a change made by Apple in their guidelines for publishing apps in the App Store. This had no impact on the creation of Android apps and on the creation of Progressive Webs Apps, beside the temporary suspension of V3 / V4 migrations.

This post blog retraces the precise chronology of events and specifies the consequences of Apple's new rules on GoodBarber's commercial offer.

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New GoodBarber 4.0 Themes : Stardust

Written by on Tuesday, July 18th 2017

Not long ago it was the Sunset theme, now it's the Stardust theme's turn to make its first appearance. Keeping up with the latest trends (as always), you'll notice the recurrence of the gradient characteristic, only this time in shades of blue. 
Marie-Julie is giving you a glimpse of what your app could look like if decide to go with the colors in this theme. From colors to typography to icons, discover the possibilities this theme has to offer on both mobile and tablet. 

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Complete Guide to App Store Optimization

Written by on Wednesday, July 12th 2017

In this blog post, my first collaboration with GoodBarber, I would like to give you a rundown on App Store Optimization, or ASO, which some of you know as the natural positioning, or SEO of applications.

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The Search Section

Written by on Friday, July 7th 2017

The Search section is one of the updates in GoodBarber 4.0

It is a whole new section that offers several options for carrying out searches within your app and website. 

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Your client's developer accounts vs. your own

Written by on Wednesday, July 5th 2017

Agencies often wonder whether they should use their own developer account to publish all of their clients’ apps or if they should require their clients to purchase their own accounts under which each individual app will be published. Up until recently, the majority have gone for the first option and have experienced no issues with it, but some recent revisions in the app publishing world are now prompting many to reconsider this approach.

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