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Mobile applications


November 13, 2015  1:18 PM

Time to rev up Bluetooth in your cloud and mobile apps

Joel Shore Joel Shore Profile: Joel Shore
Bluetooth, Bluetooth-Compatible Applications, Cloud Applications, Mobile applications

We’re seeing an increasing number of cloud and mobile apps turn to Bluetooth for beacon-based location services and other peripheral device connectivity. The number of devices using Bluetooth continues to explode, outstripping the technology’s earlier vision and capabilities. Are you ready to...

September 9, 2015  4:46 PM

Last year’s iOS mobile cloud apps are so last year

Joel Shore Joel Shore Profile: Joel Shore
Cloud Applications, iOS 9, iPhone 6, Mobile applications

And just like that, all the mobile cloud apps you worked so hard to build and deploy for iOS 8 throughout the past year are now woefully, utterly obsolete. Sure they are. If your mobile apps don't support iOS 9's snazzy new 3D Touch technology, you are, well, out of touch. The technology was...


July 31, 2015  7:05 PM

Mobile app, mobile Web, or both?

Joel Shore Joel Shore Profile: Joel Shore
Application development, Mobile applications, Web applications

We don't hear much anymore about building applications intended to run inside a mobile device's browser. It's just not fashionable or newsworthy. These days, the tools, techniques, user conferences, and marketplace are all about native mobile apps. Which camp are you in? The browser is the easy...


July 14, 2015  9:10 AM

Get rich selling in app stores? Not so fast.

Joel Shore Joel Shore Profile: Joel Shore
App store, apps, Mobile applications

Working in a corporate IT department or for a software house as an application developer has its benefits, namely a regular paycheck. But, you probably want more. You dream about selling your own apps through the Apple App Store, Google Play, or maybe even the Windows Store. Good...


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