Rockhopper Apps was excited when The Centre for Entrepreneurship Education & Development (CEED), asked us to volunteer as a preliminary judge for the 4th Annual Lobster Pot Pitch Competition on Friday, May 1st 2015. This competition consists of the top 40 high school studentsâ€™ science fair projects for the province of Nova Scotia. The purpose of the competition was to see which projects might be a viable business idea and a chance to win prizes. This competition is supported by Nova Scotia Department of Economic and Rural Development and Tourism, Centre for Entrepreneurship Education & Development (CEED) and Nova Scotia Youth Experiences in Science.
Rockhopper Apps wants to ensure we can leverage all the technology your mobile device supports.Â This is why we developed native apps over hybrid.
It may sound compelling to make Hybrid Apps because they are often described as the easiest route to support all device platforms and save from development costs.