Today we take a look at Marmalade Juice and RhoMobile, 2 tools designed to do the same thing: let your app run across mobile platforms.
Backend-as-a-Service (BaaS) vendors offer a compelling value proposition to mobile app developers to save time and reduce the cost of building an app.
With the arrival of BlackBerry 10 comes an exciting opportunity for app makers. We examine some exciting functionality you can tap with a BlackBerry app.
We’ve created this infographic to compare iOS and Android by the different versions of each platform currently in the market.
About 4 seconds after you decide to build an app, you will this dilemma: To build a native app or a mobile web app? There is a middle ground, the hybrid app!
Mobile apps are more than what you see on your smartphone. Here’s a simple breakdown of how Web Sites, Servers and Databases all come together to form an ‘app’.
When you hear of a ‘mobile app’, you are probably envisioning something that you download to your phone via a marketplace like iTunes and then run by tapping on the cute little rectangular icon. Apps like these are called ‘native’ apps, because they live on your phone and run directly atop your smartphone’s operating system [...]
My latest entry is a blog I just published on the General Assembly web site entitled “Deciding the Right Mobile Strategy“. In it, I go over some of the things you should take into account when deciding on what type of mobile app to build (Native vs Web based), and then I explore some of [...]