Just a small release today containing Ionic support and a switch to Stack Overflow for technical support. Read more down below!
We’ve been working on two important features and we’re happy to announce they are now available. The first feature focuses on getting a list of the previously sent notifications and geotriggers from the plugin. The second feature is Xamarin support.
We sat down with quirky and energetic co-founder of Plot Projects, Paul Everts, for a short interview about the future of mobile marketing. He has some interesting things to say…
With our newest release of our Plot Plugin (version 1.13.0-beta) we now offer QuickSync! This is a new way to synchronize your notifications between our server (the dashboard) and your devices. It delivers notifications to your devices faster than our old method, making testing newly created notifications and geotriggers easier.
Today marks the first release of the new year! We have improved our documentation about our Phonegap/Cordova and Appcelerator plugins, in addition to their github pages. We have also added a new feature called custom region fields, which allows you to add properties to your geofences and re-use them later! Read all about it in these release notes.
We are constantly improving our geofencing technology to ensure a unique and easy service. Each business has its own requirements and we have been able to adapt our solution to suit their needs whilst also revolutionising the way customers are targeted through mobile.
Your smartphone is the first thing you see when you wake up and the last thing you see before you go to sleep. These small but powerful devices wield intense power with the world’s knowledge now at most people’s fingertips. Mobile marketing is the future of digital marketing. But for some reason, you’re still not on the mobile marketing bandwagon and remain reliant on traditional methods to get noticed.
Why is Art and Geofencing an amazing idea and why should cultural institutions seriously start thinking of embracing it?
Recently, I noticed that several museums and theatres in The Netherlands have started embracing geofencing technology to promote galleries or shows. I think it’s a great idea that clearly shows how art and technology can work together for the benefit of both.