Topic: app development

Progress announces Rollbase 4.0 to give businesses new development capabilities

Progress wants to help businesses cut the time it takes to bring new apps to market. The company has announced Progress Rollbase 4.0, with significant UI enhancements and integration with the Telerik platform. Rollbase is the company’s application development platform for building mobile and Web-based business applications. “The problem it aims to solve is the … continue reading

appsFreedom to provide offline apps, VR for kids, and YouTube’s iOS update—SD Times News Digest: Oct. 7, 2015

The mobile-driven, enterprise app development platform, appsFreedom, launched a new version of its Rapid Mobile App Development platform, which will enable offline mobile app development with all of the necessary features. Moments of poor or dropped connectivity can lead to unsatisfied customers and data loss. In some industries, like oil and gas, employees are sent … continue reading

New IBM Bluemix services, Parse open-sources SDKs, and Google Play services 7.8—SD Times News digest: Aug. 14, 2015

IBM is launching new Bluemix services for developers. The new tools are designed to give developers an easy way to integrate data analytics and visualization into their cloud-based applications. IBM Streaming Analytics, now in open beta, provides a way for developers to visualize data. IBM dashDB, now generally available, enables information-management, analytics and business intelligence … continue reading

Google’s Eddystone BLE beacons, Salesforce Shield and Glimpse joins Microsoft—SD Times news digest: July 15, 2015

Google has announced Eddystone, an open-source Bluetooth LE beacon format for developers to integrate into cross-platform applications. Eddystone defines a Bluetooth low energy (BLE) message format for proximity beacon messages, supporting multiple frame types for various application use cases on Android, iOS or other mobile platforms. Google is launching two new APIs along with Eddystone—the … continue reading

Facebook open-sources Nuclide source code for Atom

Facebook has released the source code for Nuclide, its open IDE for React Native, Web and mobile development atop GitHub’s open-source Atom code editor. Among the many announcements made at Facebook’s F8 developer conference back in March, the company debuted Nuclide for unifying its internal development between native iOS apps, React and React Native code, … continue reading

HP announces Grommet framework, Machine architecture and company split plans

HP rolled out a slew of new products and company announcements at the HP Discover conference in Las Vegas, including the Grommet open-source app development framework, new Machine architecture, and a timeline for its split into HP Inc. and HP Enterprise. In addition to the developer-focused functional test automation solution covered earlier in the week, … continue reading

Guest View: Now what’s keeping enterprise app developers up at night?

Enterprise mobile app developers continue to grapple with many of the familiar dilemmas for creating apps that will best serve their organizations in the next year and beyond. As in any year, developers will be looking to increase the productivity of their organization’s employees (and perhaps partners) who are using the app, which can be … continue reading

Analyst Watch: The mobile app development debate

Over the past few years, I’ve handled hundreds of client inquiries on mobile app development approaches. The most common? “Should we go with a native development approach, use HTML5, or go hybrid?” The answer I give (“It depends”) isn’t simply an analyst’s cop-out. Legitimate reasons drive development teams to choose one (or more) approaches to … continue reading

Protecting humankind from AI, a new Project Ara MDK, and a Windows Phone app developer contest—SD Times news digest: Jan. 13, 2015

Members of the Future of Life Institute, a “research and outreach organization working to mitigate existential risks facing humanity,” has signed an open letter pledging to protect humankind from the dangers of artificial intelligence. The signatories, including Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk, consist of programmers, scientists, and artificial intelligence researchers from universities and tech giants … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Developers are adopting (and sticking with) HTML5, survey says

Sencha finds a majority of survey respondents are working with HTML5 and plan to stick with it in 2014 … continue reading

Mobile Backend-as-a-Service offers scalability, automatic RESTful API generation

Cloud-based, mobile BaaS solutions provide customizable back ends, allowing developers to focus on apps … continue reading

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