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Posts tagged with mobile application

  Platform in Action

A View from 36,000 Kilometers Up: How SES Uses OutSystems to Build Its Mobile Apps

SES, the world’s leading provider of satellite-enabled communications, has aggressive goals for growth. To meet those goals, the company is always looking to expand into new verticals and to transform its business with innovative IT solutions. SES also knows that one of the keys to its growth is being able to serve its diverse customer base of government agencies and multinational corporations with IT applications that are tailored to the unique needs of each individual market it serves. Of course, creating those solutions with its existing resources would be no small feat. Read more about SES and their use of a low-code platform for application development and delivery.
  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

The Evolving Market for Rapid Mobile App Development Tools

Analyst firm Gartner recently published a new market guide, Gartner Market Guide for Rapid Mobile App Development Tools, (Richard Marshall, Nick Jones and Jason Wong, November 19, 2014), which we believe is designed to help enterprises navigate the landscape of rapid development tools, which aim to simplify, through ‘low-code’ or ‘no-code’ offerings, mobile app development, to the point that anyone - developer or not - can use them.
  Perspectives

Mobile Application Development Without Compromise

After a lot of irrational exuberance that led to a lot of chaos involving the development of mobile applications in the enterprise, more rational approaches to building these applications rapidly are finally starting to gain sway.The majority of IT organizations initially approached mobile application development one application at a time. The reason for this has to do more with failing to realize how pervasive mobile computing would be across the enterprise. The end result has led to everything from low developer productivity to outright project failure.