Kirin is a mythical hooved chimerical creature known in the Japanese (and other East Asian) cultures, said to appear with the imminent arrival or passing of a sage or illustrious ruler – see Wikipedia for more enlightenment. Our friends at Philip Morris Japan selected this name for a new version of the Online DYO software project that we have been setting up for them. To make this project even more personal, a new feature was added to the design creation – a personalized icon. This new parameter that is now transported all the way from the mobile frontend editor onto the printed DYO package. We receive the data from the AWS Cloud via API and added meta data plus full image download data (first time a real file, former system handled meta data online in the renderer). All changes have been applied in time, running smoothly and successful. And honestly, we believe there is hardly a better name for a software release than Kirin!
Tuesday, 10 July 2018
Tuesday, 29 May 2018
What a post title! But indeed, we have been serving the markets in Vietnam and Japan lately. In an ongoing project with Philip Morris Japan we are currently enhancing our software project. More news to come on this soon, since the go live is approaching. For Vinataba in Vietnam we just finished an online tutorial on the DYO project via Skype last week – and really enjoyed the session, explaining the DYO project from ground up straight from our new office. This included a new Config for the iPad App that we had finished just in time for the tutorial. More to come.
Monday, 22 January 2018
This new year just headed into week 3 and the velocity at what about kate feels great. We submitted version 1.2 of our amazing QEPTR App for iOS and Apple was kind enough to approve the release within a few days. Now we are pushing to get version 1.3 ready, which will be a much more vivid experience compared to the rather basic 1.2. If you are an advertiser or run any kind of venue, get in touch to find out what QEPTR can do for you. In addition to that we set up a new instance of Jira Service Desk back in December for a global client and it will go into review early this year. We would share a link as well, but since it is password restricted we could as well link you to a blank page. And, last but not least, we started to send out our New Year Mail which holds splendid news. Check it here.
Friday, 23 June 2017
concept and realization of a web-based application for a client in Japan. automatic distribution of orders in a network of printing stations. creating orders from external sources (sftp, local files, aws api). rendering meta data into actual print images. realization of a central administration unit and decentralized operation units. integration of operation unit’s web views into an existing iPad app.