It's easy; just acquire some mobile app development tools and get started.
Written by Richard Lancaster
Building business apps for mobile devices should be easy.
The physical features of mobile devices impose limits on memory, storage capacity, and screen size.
The apps typically satisfy a narrow set of business requirements.
One might expect that the device constraints and a narrow requirement domain would simplify the task of building mobile apps. However, building business apps for mobile devices can be hard work, especially for companies that have little experience in mobile development and are embarking on new projects.
San Diego Regional Center (SDRC) needed a more efficient way to support their service coordinators in the field, but wanted to maintain their trusted RPG business application. The answer: mobile applications!
Discover the positive impact mobile applications can have on your workforce! Attend this Webinar and find out how Profound UI helped SDRC:
Building mobile-device version of server apps isn't so much about what High-Level Language is best to do the job. It's more about what an enterprise's entire strategy for mobile apps is.
Written by John Ghrist
If you thought the Mac vs. PC religious wars were amusing, you've gotta love the philosophical split that's grown up the past several years around building mobile-device apps that provide access to software running on servers, including IBM i.
Essentially, the debate is about whether it's best to use HTML5 to build Web-friendly versions of server apps that are accessible by a wide variety of mobile devices, to build apps native to each mobile device even though it's more work for developers to tailor an app to each type, or to follow the Third Way crowd, which advocates building hybrid apps that offer features of both philosophies.
In this information-packed Webinar featuring IBM Champion Scott Klement and Profound Logic Developer David Russo, you’ll learn why you don’t need to compromise your investment in IBM i to deliver amazing, modern business applications!
A patented, drag-and-drop visual designer for easy modernization
The first available Handler for RPG Open Access
Over 150 built-in rich UI widgets that take your apps beyond anything possible in 5250
Integration with a suite of tools that future-proof your applications
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Top Ten Security Vulnerabilities of IBM i Security Configuration
In this Webinar: SkyView Partners has been performing security assessments for the IBM i community for over 12 years. Based on the findings of these assessments, Carol Woodbury will present the Top 10 vulnerabilities found in IBM i security configurations. She will talk about each issue, making sure to describe how the vulnerability poses risk to your data. In addition, her discussion will include the prevalence of these issues, how to assess the risk of these issues as they pertain to your environment and options for addressing the vulnerabilities.