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Red Hat's Mobile App Platform Includes New Push Notification Capabilities
Wednesday, December 30, 2015 by Stuart Parkerson
The main focus of the recently released Version 3.6 of the Feed Henry’s (which is now owned by Red Hat) cross platform Mobile Application Platform (MHP) is the integration of the Aerogear UnifiedPush Server into the platform which provides improved iOS, Android and Windows Phone push notification functionality. Also new is Windows 10 support.With the UnifiedPush Server ...
A Review of Database Technologies and Frameworks for Mobile Developers
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 by Marcin Warpechowski
Mobile app developers are continuously feeling the pressure to bring apps to market and update them faster and faster. This demand will only continue in 2015 and beyond. Many mobile app developers need a hard-working database behind the scenes for processing real-time data like transactions, inventory or users. This article offers insight on how mobile developers can im...
AgeCheq COPPA Compliance Service SDK Now Available for Corona Labs 2D Game Engine
Wednesday, June 18, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
AgeCheq has announced a new Corona software development kit which provides the ability to integrate AgeCheq’s COPPA compliance service to all apps that use the Corona Labs 2D game engine. With AgeCheq, game publishers who may have children under 13 in their audience can comply with COPPA privacy regulations by using the SDK to add a few lines of code to their game....
Kinvey Integrates Gizmox's Visual WebGui HTML5 Platform
Tuesday, March 4, 2014 by Richard Harris
Kinvey has announced its integration with Gizmox's Visual WebGui HTML5 platform which allows developers to build apps using familiar languages and tools like C#, VB.net, and Visual Studio. These apps can then be deployed as native, cross-platform HTML5 or hybrid apps that run on any device. With Kinvey’s platform integrated with Visual WebGui, enterp...
Mobile Testing Firm Perfecto Mobile Offers App Developers Extension to Eclipse
Monday, December 2, 2013 by Stuart Parkerson
Perfecto Mobile has announced an extension to Eclipse, one of the most popular integrated development environment (IDE) for mobile applications.
With Perfecto Mobile’s new MobileCloud for Eclipse add-on, developers and testers can accelerate their mobile app development cycle, all from within the Eclipse IDE. The company has built an add-on which allows teams to dev...
Survey Reports Windows Web Developers Struggle with Mobile Conversion
Sunday, September 15, 2013 by Stuart Parkerson
Embarcadero Technologies has commissioned a global survey of 1,337 Windows developers who were asked a series of questions about the demands they face for mobile applications, their experience with delivering apps, and the challenges they face with mobile.
Highlights of the study include:
- 85 percent have a strategic imperative to deliver apps on mobile devices- 95 p...
Cross Platform App Development Where, What and Do You Need it
Monday, August 19, 2013 by Richard Harris
The problem of cross-platform development is as old as computer programming itself. Cross-platform software can be divided into two types. One requires individual building or compilation for each platform that it supports, and the other can be directly run on any platform without special preparation, e.g. software written just once in an interpreted language for which t...
Amazon Wants HTML5 Developer Apps
Wednesday, August 7, 2013 by Richard Harris
Amazon has announced today they are now accepting web applications in their app store - a significant shift in the way they (and other app stores) have presented themselves in the past. The web apps will be discoverable, and sold along side other native Android apps in their app store. HTML5 developers aren't left out in the dark when it comes to monetizing their w...
5 trends for HTML5 we saw in 2012
Thursday, December 27, 2012 by Richard Harris
From Apple shunning use of UIWebview to apps using more native functions -HTML5 has seen a few blows in 2012 along with some advancements which include W3C releasing official specs. Here are the top 5 trends in 2012 for HTML5....