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Remarkable's Web Revolution

[fa icon="calendar'] 14-Oct-2015 12:26:00 / by Eddie Vassallo posted in Remarkable, Ruby on Rails, Web Development

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A few years back, when we first decided to embark on what has become Remarkable, we immediately envisioned a solution to the problem of updating content to native mobile, tablet, and wearable apps - platforms in critical need of an easy, non-technical solution for content update and 'injection'. The issues were obvious, and the process of making simple updates to a native app was simply broken and non-existent. 

Enter Remarkable

Following our 'soft launch' in April 2014, Remarkable quickly garnered significant industry attention as the first CMS truly built for the mobile and wearable age. And a number of major media companies and many of our key clients quickly jumped on board, discovering a totally new (and simple) way to manage content in their mobile and tablet apps. 

Fast-forward to 2015 and the number of 'Enterprise' customers continues to grow, while we've been flooded with early adopters and first-time users jumping on our 'Simple' Tier and trying Remarkable out for themselves - integrating the Remarkable SDK into their iOS and Android Apps. 

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Google Glass, Content Cards, & Remarkable

[fa icon="calendar'] 28-Apr-2014 13:53:27 / by Entropy Team posted in Remarkable, Ruby on Rails, Web Development

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As devoted Glass Explorers we probably didn't need a huge reason to write (yet another) blog post on Glass - but heck, since we are such unashamed devotees - what could it hurt?

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