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  • Cloud Mobile

    My So-Called Enterprise Life

    Let's be honest; as developers, we have bought into a lie. Silicon Valley has told us that software is all fun and games. It's Emoji, open source and multi-billion dollar acquisitions. It's thermostats with artificial intelligence, virtual reality (again) headsets and drones. . .
  • Cloud Mobile

    The Telerik Platform—Now With 100% More Sublime Text

    April 03, 2014 Share
    Telerik AppBuilder now has a command line interface (CLI) and Sublime Text integration—meaning, you can develop iOS and Android applications with the editor that you know and love, without having to worry about managing a collection of SDKs across different operating systems. In this article, we'll walk through the process of developing a mobile app using the Telerik Platform and Sublime Text. We'll create a new project, test it on actual devices and develop apps that are app store ready.
  • Cloud Mobile

    Building Hybrid Apps For Windows Phone 8

    April 01, 2014 Share
    In today's software world, we have no shortage of choices when it comes to developing applications. Even in the limited scope of Windows Phone development, there are choices galore. Do you develop a native Windows Phone app? Do you take a hybrid approach? How about Xamarin? WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN!? To help you wade through this complexity, in this article, we'll take an in-depth look at one of these approaches: hybrid. Specifically, we'll look at why you would want to build hybrid, and how to do it. Let's start by looking at where hybrid can be a good fit.
  • Mobile Cloud

    9 Reasons Your Project is Going to Fail

    March 31, 2014 Share
    There are 9 areas that every software development team has to deal with in some capacity. And if not done carefully, your software will be vulnerable to failure to some degree. Learn what they are and how you can mitigate your application's risks.
  • Cloud Mobile

    Structuring Hybrid Mobile Applications

    Hybrid applications are unique because they run in a "browser" but without a server component. They also aren't expected to look and behave like a web application. The unique constraints on hybrid applications require a good code structure in order to be able to productively build maintainable mobile applications.