Onsen UI for Vue lets developers create mobile apps in Vue style
Tuesday, July 11, 2017 by Richard Harris
AppGyver Updates UI and UX for its HTML5 Hybrid App Builder
Tuesday, October 13, 2015 by Richard Harris
AppGyver’s Composer platform offers the ability for developers to bootstrap HTML5 hybrid apps. In its Composer 2 release, the company has provided updates to its UI and UX to improve how the Composer 2 admin interface looks and how the UX flow works.Composer 2 is AppGyver’s visual bootstrapping tool that allows developers to quickly finish hashing out a new app idea the...
Ionic Continues to Build Out its HTML5 Hybrid App Development Platform
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 by Richard Harris
Ionic continues to build out its open source front-end SDK for developing hybrid mobile apps with HTML5. Ionic offers a library of mobile-optimized HTML, CSS and JS components, gestures, and tools for building highly interactive apps - built with the Sass CSS extension and optimized for AngularJS.Ionic is focused mainly on the look, feel, and UI interaction of an app. T...
New HTML5 Hybrid App Development Platform from Monaca
Friday, June 26, 2015 by Richard Harris
Monaca, who offers an HTML5 hybrid app development platform, has released its latest tool – the Monaca Localkit - which provides the ability to create apps into any local development environment with the ability to sync to the cloud as necessary. Monaca Localkit comes with a standard installer, and packs all features in the GUI. No need to setup platform SDKs and other ...
A Few TIPPs for Mobile Testing Environments
Tuesday, June 16, 2015 by Yoram Mizrachi
Many organizations we work with are struggling to see value from their efforts in mobile development, and I’ve noticed a trend that the main issue seems to be that their software development lifecycle does not run as smoothly as they would like. When the SDLC is not running well, it sets the product up for bugs and missed deadlines. Often times the tools used...
Monday, March 16, 2015 by Stuart Parkerson
The Right and Wrong Strategies When Taking Your App Offline
Monday, February 9, 2015 by Martin Heller
Once there was an elevator inspector. Into an elevator shaft he climbed with his tablet, taking pictures and making notes. Twenty minutes later, he climbed down, went into the hall, and his tablet got service. His inspection app immediately tried to synchronize his notes and pictures with his company’s inspection database. After a couple of minutes, he saw an error...
Reddo Leverages HTML5 to Allow Developers to Create New Mobile Front ends to Existing Windows Desktop Apps
Wednesday, January 21, 2015 by Richard Harris
The Reddo software platform, currently in beta, provides an opportunity for enterprise IT organizations to extend their existing application delivery infrastructure to enable new mobile front-ends to their existing Windows Desktop apps. The platform consists of three components:- Reddo UX Connector: Intercepts UI related communication between running application an...
AppGyver Releases Supersonic, Bridging Native Grade UI and Data to HTML5 Hybrid Apps
Thursday, December 4, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
AppGyver just released Supersonic this week, defining a new way for developing high-performance mobile app user interfaces. AppGyver offers users a platform for both the novice and seasoned mobile developer in executing HTML5 mobile apps which are indistinguishable from native applications. Supersonic is a next-generation mobile hybrid framework where develop...
Here's Why an HTML5 Document Viewer Might Solve Your Webdev Problems
Thursday, October 23, 2014 by Ned Averill-Snell
The webdev folks I talk to are pretty sharp. So when most of them tell me that they don’t know what a document viewer is, or what it’s for, I believe them.There are a lot of document viewers on the market, with varying feature sets and different deployment models: enterprise server-based, client-based, cloud service. Some vendors deliver document viewing through all thr...
Microsoft Previews Hybrid App Development Opportunity with Visual Studio Tooling for Apache Cordova
Tuesday, May 13, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Sencha Space – Solving BYOD with Cross Platform Management to Build and Deploy Secure Mobile HTML5 Apps
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 by Nicholas Harlow
With more and more enterprises adopting BYOD policies, the challenge for IT departments has become how to manage personal and professional applications on the same device, making sure company information is secure without infringing upon personal privacy. The importance of this issue will only grow as mobility becomes an even greater fixture in the enterprise.At Sencha,...
Alpha Software Launches Alpha Anywhere 2.0 for Building HTML5 and Hybrid Apps
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Alpha Software has announced the release of Alpha Anywhere 2.0, a front-end to back-end, prototype-to-production environment for rapidly developing and deploying enterprise-level, cross-platform mobile and web business applications. Alpha Anywhere 2.0 incorporates PhoneGap Build integration, enhanced security, built-in support for high-quality i...
The Future of PhoneGap
Saturday, December 28, 2013 by Marko Lehtimaki
current owner of the popular HTML5 hybrid app framework PhoneGap, has
traditionally focused on the creation of multimedia and creativity software
products. In more recent years, Adobe has been betting heavily on HTML5. It
remains that creative professionals are Adobe’s bread and butter, and this
focus sometimes requires product decisions which might not ...
AppGyver Launches Steroids HTML5 Hybrid App Development Platform
Wednesday, August 21, 2013 by Richard Harris
AppGyver Steroids, an HTML5 Hybrid App development platform for iOS and Android has officially been fully released.AppGyver’s Marko Lehtimaki blogged, “We've been building Steroids for almost 18 months with our team of nine people. The first production-ready apps were built with our platform already a year ago. We have listened to thousands of developers, built mul...
New Book Series on Developing and Deploying HTML5 Mobile Web and Hybrid Apps
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 by Richard Harris
A new series of books about deploying HTML5 mobile web and hybrid applications built on the Alpha Anywhere HTML5 environment is now available from Liberty Manuals.
Written by Susan Bush, the books focus on reporting and charting, building applications, and a complete Alpha Anywhere functions directory. The three books are: "Alpha Anywhere Report Writer," "Alpha Anywhe...
People going mobile more changes app development
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 by Richard Harris
There’s no denying that smartphones and tablets have changed the way we find and install the applications we use, and what we expect from them. Added to this is the increasing desire to use these devices for work purposes, driving a need for enterprise applications.Previously we’ve only relied on our phones for calls, texts and maybe emails. But with the rapid adoption ...