Over the past few months, quietly and behind the scenes, Entropy has been hard at work with Microsoft's Azure Team on the recently announced Linux App Service on Azure.
If you've spent any time on the new Entropy site, you'll know we're pretty darn proud of the recent bespoke deployment of Remarkable for Oxford University Press. In fact, given the number of requests this past year for Remarkable custom configurations, we've created an entirely new product.
Needless to say, things change very quickly in Web and Mobile development these days, and the last thing you want is to be upstaged in a client meeting or workshop by someone with the latest news or jargon.
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.
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.