Today we announced the launch of the DoubleDutch Developer Platform, a React Native-based platform and toolkit designed to help developers build features and functionality for event attendees across DoubleDutch’s footprint of thousands and thousands of live events.
In part one of this series I discussed some of the macro forces shaping event tech in 2018. In part two of this series I discussed the critical role of time.
We just got the call from Apple that, minutes ago, they updated section 4.2.6 in the App Store Review Guidelines to read as follows:
We just got the call from Apple that, minutes ago, they updated section 4.2.6 in the App Store Review Guidelines to read as follows: 4.2.6 Apps created from a commercialized template or app generation service will be rejected unless they are submitted directly by the provider of the app’s content. These servi[…]
At DoubleDutch, we’ve long known that the White Label Event App model (siloed, disposable apps for each customer) was not ideal. It was bad for attendees, overly complex for our customers, and inefficient and inelegant as a way to deploy software.
tl;dr I wrote a JSON parser to improve performance for a very specific use case and found that it was also blazingly fast for the general case.