North of the Border: Free Street Food Vancouver App Delivers on iPhone
We at Mobile Cuisine Magazine are very excited to provide our readers with new content daily, and North of the Border has helped us do that by covering a segment of the mobile food industry that extends beyond the US border. In todays installment of North of the Border, James introduces us to a new Iphone application that will provide Vancouver visitors and residents a way to find the local mobile food vendors in that area.
I got on the phone told people the exciting news. “But you don’t know C+” and “I didn’t realize that you are fluent in AppDev” were common responses.
AppDev…uh, what? Anyway, Those haters weren’t going to take my dream away that easily.
Determined and excited, I opened a new window in Chrome, typed ‘how to make an iphone app’ into Google and got down to business.
Buoyed by a false sense of coding prowess (possibly brought on by a half-assed attempt at making my own level in Little Big Planet while killing time at Best Buy), I signed on at Apple as an ‘iOS Developer’ and started reading.
15 minutes later, I realized that I indeed DO NOT know ‘App Dev’.
Luckily for myself and the rest of the city, Tatlow Park Software had a similar idea and the coding skills to execute it flawlessly.
A couple of weeks ago we got a peek at some screen shots of the new app catering to Vancouver street food lovers.
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James Tabbert is a writer, musician and co-founder of vancouverstreeteats.ca. A lover of all things street food, he worked in film and television in Toronto before making Vancouver his permanent home in 2008.