Topic: mobile app development

NIST releases guide to mobile app security

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) wants to protect users from their mobile devices. The organization has released a new guide designed to improve the security of mobile devices. While mobile applications have helped businesses increase productivity through real-time communication and connectivity, the benefits don’t outweigh the risks that can come with it, … continue reading

Xamarin offers a free platform for students; Microsoft unveils Office for Android and iOS—SD Times news digest: November 6, 2014

Xamarin announces free platform for students Mobile developer tool provider Xamarin has announced a new program to give students free access to Xamarin Studio. According to a blog post from Xamarin cofounder and director of developer relations Joseph Hill, Xamarin for Students is accessible to any student enrolled in a degree or diploma-granting course of … continue reading

Salesforce enters mobile app development, analytics market

In a conference headlined with names like Hillary Clinton, the Beach Boys, Cake, Bruno Mars and Bono, you could be forgiven for mistaking Dreamforce for some sort of whacky business-themed music festival. Instead, it’s simply the way Salesforce decided to get attendees excited about their newest announcements: a new analytics platform and Lightning, a rapid … continue reading

Couchbase reimagines mobile app development

Developers get productized mobile data synchronization that eliminates the network connection as a limitation … continue reading

HTML5 as good as native apps when it comes to mobile development, survey says

A Telerik survey reveals HTML5 approaches are becoming more popular among developers, particularly mobile ones … continue reading

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