Mobile app developers complain that inflexible work conditions, time to workload disconnect and unrealistic expectations at their companies are the biggest barriers to doing their jobs.
Startup Rollout.io, which launched this week, is offering a service to mobile app developers that speed updates to end users by bypassing the app store process, reported TechCrunch.
Denver-based AppIt Ventures has acquired enterprise mobile app developer Bravemount IT Solutions based in Hyderabad, India, for an undisclosed amount, the Denver Post reported. The acquisition adds...
Facebook has decided to open source its internal effort to simulate mobile app performance on slow network connections.
Mobile app developers are increasingly looking to the Internet of Things for opportunities to develop apps, particularly industrial IoT apps.
Mobile app developers are seeing the highest pay hikes of any IT professionals, according to a salary survey by Robert Half Technology and The Creative Group.
As more enterprises deploy custom mobile applications, mobile backend-as-a-service will become the "new frontier" in enterprise mobile app development.
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There is a large disconnect between IT decision makers and mobile app developers when it comes to management ideas about enterprise apps and developer reality.
Several recent IT staffing surveys have pointed to a growing skills gap, and one area being especially hard hit is mobile app development. This is bad news for IT hiring managers, as mobility is one of the fastest growing areas in IT this year and heading into 2015.