mobile notifications news search results
Developer news items we found relating to mobile notifications
iOS 12 notifications did not change user behavior report says
Monday, March 25, 2019 by Christian Hargrave
Urban Airship, a digital engagement platform, looked at the iOS 12 notification (push alerts) adoption rates in the first six months of its availability and came across some interesting findings. You might remember that a key pillar of the iOS 12 update was the introduction of quiet notifications and group notifications - well, it didn't matter says their findings.
OutSystems lowcode platform gets a Forrester nod of approval
Friday, March 31, 2017 by Richard Harris
OutSystems, a platform for low-code application development, has been recognized as a Leader in The Forrester WaveTM: Mobile Low-Code Development Platforms, Q1 2017.In one of the most comprehensive assessments of the low-code mobile development market, Forrester identified the 11 most significant vendors and evaluated them based on a rigorous 24-point evaluation. The re...
How to help push alerts not seem so pushy!
Wednesday, March 29, 2017 by Richard Harris
Editors note: Guest submission from Sunil Thomas, CEO of CleverTap
Here’s a challenge for you - try to read this article through without attending to your buzzing, pinging, distracting smartphone.Once upon a time, mobile notifications were just for person-to-person text messages. Some time around the turn of the decade, brands realized that provoking cons...
AppGyver and built.io Team Up for Enterprise App Development Using HTML5
Wednesday, June 18, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
AppGyver is combing its front end tools with built.io’s back end to offer a new option for enterprise app development using HTML5.AppGyver’s Steroids SDK utilizes native UI components with navigation and animations, together with the HTML5 wrapped application to create hybrid apps. AppGyver Prototyper can be used to build app prototypes which can be tested and demo...
New NEX Band “Modular Wearable” SDK and API Released
Wednesday, May 14, 2014 by Richard Harris
It’s not often that we have trouble explaining something, we deal with such a diverse amount of technology that whatever comes along, we feel we have a good grasp on the concept.Not so with Canadian based Mighty Cast’s new offering. The company has released an SDK and API for its new NEX Band, what it is calling a “modular wearable.” The NEX Band uses intercha...