To make Enterprise Mobility Management easier than ever, M-Way Solutions is now providing free access to its EMM Platform “Relution“.
We’re approaching the end of another year and it’s time to take a look back over the last 12 months. Also, we would say thanks to all our awesome staff, who have contributed to the success of our thinking mobile blog and for sharing their unique knowledge. Here’s some of the blog highlights 2015 to read (or to read again).
… of HTML5 mobile app development, that is. Learn how our generator compares to other solutions out there and what an important role it plays in our software development process.
The gaps between mobile OS and Desktop OS are getting smaller and smaller and almost everyone is carrying a mobile device and keeps a Desktop Computer at home.
Tech leaders say, “Wearable Computing is the next big thing in mobile”.
We’re fast approaching the end of another year and it’s time to take a look back over the last 12 months. Also, we would like to express our thanks to all our awesome staff, who have contributed to the success of our thinking mobile blog and for sharing their knowledge. Here’s some of our 2013 blog highlights to read (or to read again).
Last Friday, Google announced version 4.4 of the mobile operating system (OS) Android. This version’s code name is of course, like all prior versions a sweet. This time, Google did a cooperation with Nestlé and came up with the name KitKat. Because it is only a minor release, the number of new features in this update is relatively small. KitKat is focusing on nifty little details and improvements. Let’s have a closer look at them.
We just spent 3 days at the DSAG 2013 – the German SAP Users Group annual conference. We have not seen the city of Nuremberg but we want to share the amazing experience we had being surrounded by “Homo SAPiens”.
After developing a couple of projects in the mobile commerce sector, we realized that there is a big potential for a product with which catalog apps for tablets can be build easily. All small, mid-size and even bigger brands which have PDF-based catalogs distributed to their customers (and there are a lot of them) will have to or are currently switching to the mobile sector. So the potential for creating catalog apps will develop in the coming months. Consequently there have to be people who create these apps, and they don’t want to implement all needed features on their own.