Mobile app development
Before the start of the Google I/O 2019 keynote address, I wondered what I'd learn in my role as an application developer. But when the keynote begins, I find myself thinking more like a consumer ...
New mobile troubleshooting tools can help correlate different mobile network issues. Fixing mobile network performance problems has never been so easy.
Google's Android Things development Iokit turned v1.0 on Monday. I celebrated the birthday of the new tool that hopes to address IoT problems in development by belatedly attending a "What's New in ...
Google's annual worldwide developer conference (Google I/O) kicked off at the Shoreline Auditorium in Mountain View, California on Wednesday morning. Seven thousand people are attending live, and othe
It was great to see the 2.3 release of JavaServer Faces finalized last week. When JSF 2.0 came out, I was quick to jump on the component based UI approach to software development, promoting the ...
Analytics delivers the real value of IoT and it’s not surprising that this is the area where businesses, vendors, and thought leaders are focusing their attention.
Veteran mobile app developers opines on monetization, citizen developers.
Many companies are simply outsourcing their mobile development needs because they don’t have the staff expertise in-house to handle native iOS or Android programming. But is this a sustainable approac
Be it new tools from Atlassian, or Jenkins upgrades, developers have more options than ever when it comes to Continuous Integration.
The role of the build manager has gone out of style, but in a world of increasingly complicated deployments, maybe it's time time for a resurrection?
The mobile application development tools helps to build the innovative mobile app that opens up new business opportunities.
We live in a very mobile heavy society and many enterprises have mobility at the center of their IT strategy. As such, it can't help to understand mobile security better and equipping your ...
So,they've moved the Google I/O conference away from downtown San Francisco out to Mountain View where Google has a big stake in the Shoreline Amphitheater. I've got mixed emotions on the move.