The Redbeard Framework came about largely for our own needs when developing apps for our clients. One of the frustrations we'd had when developing iOS apps over the years was having to write the same boiler plate code over and over or then using (some great) components from multiple developers where there'd be no consistency in development styles. Redbeard is a product that we've been working on tirelessly for the past almost 3 years. As iOS developers ourselves we know the pain involved in trying to get an App out to market. Don't get us wrong, we absolutely love the iOS SDK, but we think there's some areas that could do with some help and improvement for making our lives easier.
Redbeard is founded by Ansar Mehmood and Zahid Younis both of whom have over 10 years commercial experience within the mobile sector. Our team is made up of extremely talented individuals who have helped the UK's largest brands bring their Apps to market and are immensely proud of the work they do.
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Some of the key moments so far.
Redbeard goes LIVE!
After a mammoth effort from the team Redbeard is now Live.
Redbeard Services setup as a Ltd company
Redbeard was now mature enough to have a home of it's own. We've got in touch with her Majesty's Government and made it all official!
We start Beta testing
We decide it's time we let other developers make use of Redbeard. We release a closed Beta and are featured on BETALIST where we get more than 200 signups.
Redbeard framework used on first client project
The framework became a very useful in-house resource allowing us to build high quality apps with drastically reduced development times.
Redbeard starts as an internal project
After developing dozens of Mobile Apps for many of the UK's largest companies we realise we're having to face the same technical challenges over and over.
We formalise Redbeard into a project at our services company Rounded Labs.
At this stage Redbeard consists of a basic set of our most commonly used components and helpers.