Topic: mobile

Analyst View: The coming mobile disruption

There are three technologies that not only will massively impact Smartphone but they are going to have a major impact on PCs as well. They are 5G, Wi-Fi 6, and foldable screens. Combined, they should expand what we can do with mobile devices, change the performance limitations that currently define them, and do interesting things … continue reading

Firebase Summit 2019 kicks off with new mobile and web development tools

Google’s Firebase team announced Firebase Extensions, Google Analytics integration and stronger app testing tools at its fourth annual Firebase Summit in Madrid this week.  The new Firebase Extensions is designed to help developers save time on repetitive app development tasks. The extensions are pre-packaged bundles of code that automate common tasks such as resizing an … continue reading

Mobile Labs Right-Sizes Testing

When it comes to mobile app testing labs, one size doesn’t fit all. App team sizes differ, as do app requirements and team preferences. Recognizing that, Mobile Labs recently announced three different solutions for teams just getting started with testing, enterprise teams and teams that need real-time testing capabilities. “The biggest testing challenge in the … continue reading

USF goes all in on low-code

What if 70 percent of the people developing apps for your organization never studied computer science? Such is the case at the University of South Florida (USF) where low-code development is central to its development strategy. The impetus for the switch from traditional development to low-code started five years ago, when it became apparent that … continue reading

Low-code for mobile: Toys or tools?

Mobile developers tend to be skeptical about the effectiveness of low-code tools when they know exactly what native iOS and Android development takes. In fact, some developers are so turned off by low-code platforms that the very mention of them triggers a passionate response. “Low-code is bad enough, but low-code for mobile is even worse. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Mendix Summer 2019 release, ActiveState support for Python 2, and Tidelift and Ruby Together team up

Low-code and no-code tool provider Mendix introduced Mendix Studio: an IDE called Studio Pro, and Mendix Assist: an AI tool for building low-code apps, all included in the Summer 2019 release of the platform.  The company explained that the new release was designed to greatly expand the number of people who can fully participate in … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Facebook open sources JavaScript engine, Micro Focus announces RPA solution, and Mobile Labs’ GigaFox StarterKit

Facebook is open-sourcing Hermes, a JavaScript engine that focuses on React Native apps and is optimized for mobile apps.  The company explained it noticed the JavaScript engine was a significant factor in startup performance and download size and decided to optimize JavaScript performance in more constrained mobile environments.  Facebook focused on interpreter performance by abandoning … continue reading

7 deadly mistakes to avoid while testing your mobile application

Mobile app testing is different from web application testing. Mobile app users seek a lot more than just app’s functionality, like sleek design, simple user experience, and speed. Due to a highly competitive market, users can find a better alternative to an existing app if they are not satisfied with it. Mobile app testing plays … continue reading

Web development: So many choices to get the right fit

It is an interesting time to be a web developer. On one hand, the web today provides a wealth of information, giving developers easy access to a number of resources useful when running into a problem or wanting to update their skills. Additionally, there are so many advancements being made to programming languages and technologies … continue reading

Android Q beta 4 released with final APIs

The upcoming release of Android Q is one step closer to its final release with the announcement of beta 4, final APIs and the official SDK. According to Google, if they haven’t already, developers should start to prepare their apps for the final summer release. Android Q focuses on three themes: innovation, security and privacy, … continue reading

Chances of data leaks are high in mobile apps

Most mobile applications contain at least some programming flaws that make them susceptible to leaking data containing personal information. In fact, mobile applications distributed in Apple’s App Store and Google Play are more likely to have at least one hidden bug that can compromise privacy than they are of containing a security vulnerability, where the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Couchbase Mobile 2.5 is available, OpenText adds cloud and hybrid offerings to SAP Solutions, Red Hat launches Fedora 30

Couchbase released version 2.5 of Couchbase Mobile, a NoSQL data platform for mobile applications. The release simplifies mobile application development through secure embedded local storage and advanced sync capabilities. Couchbase Mobile uses the power of Couchbase Server to bring distributed NoSQL database capabilities to the edge. It also manages and syncs data from any cloud … continue reading

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