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Low-code Predictions: On the Right Side of the Digital Tipping Point?

There is a digital tipping point in the market fueled by three converging themes around low-code application development: mobile development is crippling, expectations from business are accelerating, and IT is hitting the productivity wall. How will these play out in 2017? Read the predictions for low-code development.
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The Top 5 Ways We’re Transforming Enterprise Mobility with OutSystems

Green Lemon together with OutSystems help maxed out IT departments increase their velocity while meeting the ever-growing demand they face for enterprise mobile applications. Here are the top five ways we do this.
  Dev Zone

Native vs Web vs Hybrid: Which Mobile Architecture is Right for Your App?

Picking the right mobile architecture for your apps can amount to a million dollar decision. And there isn’t a one-size-fits-all architecture to solve all mobile problems. Based on years of experience helping our enterprise customers deliver mobile applications, our team of mobile app experts created a cool infographic (and companion eBook) to help you select the best mobile architecture for your app.
  Perspectives

New mobile trend statistics identify mobile app dev challenges in enterprises

It’s not unusual for a company to have a love/hate relationship with mobile apps. Business users love the prospect of having another revenue generator and means of engagement, but nobody – especially IT – likes lengthening development queues and facing talent shortages. And, let’s be honest that’s exactly what mobile app developers in the enterprise are experiencing. (more…)

  Dev Zone

The 3 Mobile Architectures Distilled

I don’t know about you, but I am getting asked more and more to deliver some type of application that has a mobile front end. Of course mobile is one of the big trends nowadays, and there are good reasons for it. In a recent Forrester survey, 75% of decision makers claim that deploying mobile apps has increased their workforce productivity.

The question I seem to get asked often is, how should you implement mobile?  (more…)