Let's examine what needs to be taken into consideration when designing, developing, and managing business applications for mobile devices.
Written by Richard Lancaster
These days almost everyone has a mobile device, ranging from iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, or Windows phones to tablets such as Apple iPad, Motorola Xoom, or Samsung Galaxy. How do you design mobile applications, and what tools do developers need? Will the existing methodology for application life cycle management be adequate for mobile applications? This article is a primer on designing, developing, and managing business applications for mobile devices and suggests issues to consider.
Planning to build mobile apps? Then you need to be clear on what HTML5 is and is not.
Written by Joe Pluta
If you've been even tangentially involved with Web development over the past year or so, you're more than likely familiar with the term "HTML5." Yet HTML5 is surrounded by a whole lot of confusion and misinformation. This quick tip will sort some of it out for you.
Mobile devices, including the iPad and iPhone, helped drive strong online holiday retail sales, according to IBM. The U.S. online retail sector delivered 7.5 percent growth in December 2011 compared to the same period last year, according to cloud-based analytics findings by IBM. The company's findings follow a strong November where both "black Friday" 2011 and "cyber Monday" 2011 delivered double-digit growth over 2010. Delivered as part of IBM’s Smarter Commerce initiative, the IBM Benchmark December holiday report reveals a number of significant trends.