If you're trying to build a mobile app, you want mobile backend as a service on your team.
Mobile backend as a service (MBaaS), which connects an app's front end to the back-end systems it needs to function, can make it quick and efficient to
If you're a mobile application guru, prepare to make bank. Experience building mobile apps can earn technology pros an average salary of $147,000, according to research by Paysa.com, a professional services...
IBM developers can now build apps with Apple's Swift programming language.
The Bluemix Runtime for Swift hit general availability this week, about seven months after its
As 2015 draws to a close, the staff of TechTarget's end-user computing sites took to Slack and held an hour-long chat about the year's biggest trends. Over the past few days, we've brought you slightly edited excerpts from those discussions. In today's final post, our editors discuss mobile...
CAMBRIDGE, MASS. -- Without apps, a smartphone is nothing but a piece of metal that can make phone calls. And who even makes phone calls anymore? Today, you can do everything from order pizza to check your prescription status with a mobile app. But the world of mobility is evolving, and...
We often tout the rising importance of enterprise mobile applications without acknowledging that they don't grow on trees. Native app development is a complex and often expensive undertaking, and even procuring developers with the proper skill set can prove a major challenge.
Have you ever downloaded an app, only to never use it again? You're not alone. With millions of mobile apps available these days, users don't have to be loyal. We can pick, choose, download and dump any number of apps until we find the right one for the job at hand.
Mobile app retention