Open source code is a convenient and cost-effective way for developers to build apps. However, as CIO noted in a recent article, once that code makes its way into an app, it's rarely ever updated to fix vulnerabilities that are found later down the line. CIO offered up some tips on how to keep open source products secure.
Adobe unveiled Monday at Mobile World Congress its Experience Manager Mobile platform that is designed to help developers create enterprise applications that are as easy to use and attractive as consumer apps.
Apple announced plans Thursday to open iOS App Development Centers around the globe, following the opening of its latest center in Europe.
A full 63 percent of enterprise app developers plan to develop up to five mobile apps in 2016 and 23 percent expect to develop six or more, according to a survey of 1,950 mobile app developers by Bock & Company on behalf of rapid mobile app development provider Alpha Software.
Amazon unveiled on Thursday its AWS Mobile Hub, a new tool intended to ease the process for developers to build, test and monitor mobile apps that use AWS services.
Users of appFigures and Adobe Analytics will be able to view data from both platforms from within Adobe Analytics, thanks to an integration of the platforms that's now available.
Amazon is making its Alexa voice service available in developer preview to hobbyists and hardware makers who want to integrate Alexa into connected devices.
Apple is easing up on the rules for submitting apps for Apple Watch, reported AppleInside r.
Hortonworks has added Concurrent's Cascading SDK to its Hadoop distribution. Such helps developers operationalize their data. In addition, Hortonworks will certify, support and deliver Cascading--the most widely used App development framework for data applications on Hadoop.
Whether organizations are building applications to serve their customers or crafting internal-facing business tools, enterprises would be wise to consider those times mobile devices won't be online rather than developing for an unrealistic, always-on world.