in a nutshell
The client wanted to expand their outreach beyond track patrons and provide fans with a convenient option of following races live or on-demand. The project team would have two big challenges to deal with:
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Enabling the quick generation of mockups for multiple platforms
Contributing to effective planning and demo delivery processes
Adding transparency and predictability to the project phases
The solution comprises a host of visually rich and powerful multi-platform apps and a comprehensive backend with VoD functionality.
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To boost video delivery and enhance performance across all platforms, the back-end developers built a robust content delivery layer, integrating Akamai CDN, AWS Elemental Live, and Streamroot.
How it works:
The Roku Channel Store prohibits channel owners from uploading more than 20-60 MB of image data to the Roku application. This constraint presented a problem for the client, whose high-resolution photos would be the selling points of the future solution. We implemented a custom AWS Lambda function to convert pictures from full HD to appropriate resolution thumbnails on-the-fly.
How it works:
The client was impressed with the quality of deliverables, the development speed, and the complete transparency of Oxagile’s Scrum process, which was instrumental in hitting the market with a fully-fledged product in just 2.5 months.
With the performance and scalability requirements fully implemented, the solution boasts a lightning-fast UX and a compelling UI designed to keep users coming back.
The native apps are already available for download on the Apple Store, Amazon, and Roku Channel Store, and the client is positive about continuing the cooperation and extending the apps with the new features.