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App Developer Magazine September 2017Some helpful advice comes to us from TestDevLab about mobile app testing. How chatbot development services are being provided on the Oracle cloud. We have a deep conversation with Hokyu Choi from Samsung about Tizen. What opportunities await for you as a developer with iOS 11. Digital transformation initiatives, tips for enterprises and DevOps. How native programmatic ads are helping propel the mobile advertising industry to new heights. How mobile SDKs are helping developers build and monetize their apps more efficiently than ever before, but that comes at a cost. Kony explains the latest update for their enterprise-grade app development platform for citizen developers. The future for voice enabled machine learning and AI systems. How Trivia Crack has found sustained success in retaining their users while others have failed in the long term. Artificial Intelligence will create US jobs rather than take them. HBO gets hacked. Intellectual Property tips for mobile app developers to make sure that they don't make any crucial IP legal errors. Taylor Swift "Look What You Made Me Do" can crush servers. How to build a mobile API that is fast, reliable, and provides managed mobile services.
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