ArcTouch finds enterprise mobile apps are ‘functional but unfriendly’

Enterprise mobile applications are living up to users’ expectations when it comes to functionality, but ArcTouch, a mobile app design and development company, found applications are missing the mark when it comes to design and other factors that make for a solid user experience. According to Adam Fingerman, CEO and cofounder of ArcTouch, only 12% … continue reading

Inferno 1.0, AOL opens Kanvas to developer community, and Algolia community gets Yarn package search—SD Times news digest: Jan. 6, 2017

There’s a new lightweight, fast and mobile-friendly JavaScript library called Inferno, which developers can play around with as version 1.0 launched this week. Inferno is derived from React, so its architecture and life cycles will feel and look similar. But the difference is the computational engines render in a different way, according to Luke Sheard, … continue reading

Report looks into Android device customization, Kony Mobility Platform, and Google makes exploring AI easy—SD Times news digest: Nov. 16, 2016

The Application Developers Alliance has conducted a story on Android device customization and consumer choices, and they found that apps tend not to be exclusively used, and almost all Android users customize their phone and their home screen. The report also found that most Android users prefer their new devices to come with apps “ready … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Liota

There is an overabundance of devices entering the market. With these devices comes the challenge of getting them all to talk to one another, and with purpose. The Internet of Things creates a bigger challenge for developers, who need to bridge the gap between the devices themselves and the analytics of data centers. To address … continue reading

Open-source blueprint Pepperoni released for mobile development

There’s a new open-source blueprint that aims to give developers a place to kick-start their mobile product development for Android and iOS, all built with React Native and Redux. Named Pepperoni, the development team behind this open-source project has been working for more than 10 months trying to build apps and learning the best ways … continue reading

DevOps

Putting the ‘Ops’ back in DevOps

DevOps is a good thing. In today’s Application Economy, after all, it’s important to get new code into production quickly, because that new code empowers you to deliver more value to your customers than your competitors do. But a differentiated customer experience is not just about cool app features. It’s also about great performance. That’s … continue reading

Deep linking: The foundation for a new mobile Web

A mobile user clicks a link in a smartphone app. Another app automatically opens inside the first to the exact page the user was looking for. When that happens, the user doesn’t question how she or he got there. It just works. Behind those responsive intra-app connections are mobile deep links, the hidden underlying mechanisms … continue reading

Telerik Platform no longer limited to HTML5 development for mobile apps

The Telerik Platform allows developers to pick the best approach for any project … continue reading

Ten tips for better application performance

SOASTA explains how to identify performance issues, build an end-to-end test plan, and achieve the best user experience … continue reading

What developers should think about as they build mobile apps

Do developers have to worry about the way consumers interact with their devices? … continue reading

Kik Launches an Open API to Enable Mobile Developers to Bake Instant Content Sharing Into Any App

API-powered developers like Rude Boy Games, DrinkOwl and FlyScreen can promote their apps to millions of Kik Messenger users. … continue reading

webOS no great loss for developers

HP wasn’t able to build momentum for the former Palm operating system … continue reading

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