How Enterprises Can Prepare for Modern Application Development

For years developers have struggled with trying to figure out how to build mobile applications for an increasingly complex matrix of devices and platforms, causing them to work in siloes. Rather than focusing on “how” to build an app, developers must start focusing first on “what” an app needs to do – app requirements should drive the development approach.

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How to build a hybrid app that performs like native — yes, it can be done

The “hybrid versus native” debate touches on legitimate concerns of developers and business strategists alike. When evaluating these options for mobile app development, organizations are forced to choose between the cross-platform reach and single code base appeal of hybrid apps and the performance and tooling of native apps. It’s a tricky choice, and it’s one that leaves many wishing that a “best of both worlds” solution existed.

The 5 hottest areas for mobile development tools

The race is on to find the next generation of tools and development processes that will make multi-platform mobile development as productive as desktop and web development have been for so long.

How to free HTML5 from the browser with packaged apps

For nearly two decades, developers and CIOs have taken for granted the “simplicity” that a Windows-dominated world provided to software development. With one operating system capable of reaching the vast majority of users, there was no debate about which platform your software needed to run on. Nearly everyone ran Windows.