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Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?
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Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain?

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In this presentation we look at how IBM's Worklight solution fits into a DevOps toolchain. …

In this presentation we look at how IBM's Worklight solution fits into a DevOps toolchain.
Worklight is mobile middleware that enables native and hybrid applications to communicate securely with enterprise applications running on servers and cloud services, as well as providing application management functions.

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  • 1. Where is Mobile in Your DevOps Toolchain? Jonathan Marshall, WebSphere and Mobile Technical Specialist, IBM
  • 2. Mobile development… the moving target Fragmentation - Which OS? Which handset? 85% of users expect better experience on mobile than desktop Source:Harris Interactive Survey of User Experience New features, fortnightly releases Ever-changing security minefield
  • 3. The IBM Mobile Development Lifecycle Scan & Certify Instrument Test IntegrateObtain Insight Manage Deploy Design & Develop Build Functional Test Deploy Acceptance Test App Store
  • 4. The IBM Mobile Development Lifecycle Scan & Certify Instrument Test IntegrateObtain Insight Manage Deploy Design & Develop Build Functional Test Deploy Acceptance Test App Store
  • 5. Introducing the new IBM Worklight Platform Integrated mobile app development with continuous delivery Application Center Quality Assurance Application Scanning Development Continuous Delivery Studio Console Server Runtime Application Scanning Detect code vulnerabilities at the time of development Quality Assurance Collect beta test feedback, crashes and analyze user sentiment Foundation Development, Runtime, Operations Console & Private Store
  • 6. Developing for mobile – Consider cross-platform iOS Android Windows Phone Responsive web design • Standards • HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript • Apache Cordova • Progressive enhancement • Your favourite JavaScript framework – Dojo, JQuery, Sencha, etc • Reuse of core logic, integration, security and look and feel Platform optimisation • Platform-specific behaviour • Native integration • Separate deliverables
  • 7. Optimize while facilitating code reuse JavaScript from an environment folder is appended to the same file in the common folder CSS files from an environment folder will be appended to the CSS files in the common folder HTML files from an environment folder will override files in the common folder images from an environment folder will override files in the common folder Mobile OS specific and optimization code maintained in branches
  • 8. Spectrum of mobile app development approaches Web-native continuum • HTML5, JS, and CSS3 (full site or m.site) • Quicker and cheaper way to mobile • Sub-optimal experience • HTML5, JS, and CSS • Usually leverages Cordova • Downloadable, app store presence, push capabilities • Can use native APIs • As previous • + more responsive, available offline • Web + native code • Optimized user experience with native screens, controls, and navigation • App fully adjusted to OS • Some screens are multi- platform when makes sense • App fully adjusted to OS • Best attainable user experience • Unique development effort per OS, costly to maintain HybridPure web Pure native Mobile web site (browser access) Native shell enclosing external m.site Pre- package d HTML5 resources HTML5 + native UI Mostly native, some HTML5 screens Pure native
  • 9. Test early with Mobile Browser Simulator • Device specific tests early during development. • Change device types, orientation, device settings (GPS, accelerometer, etc…) • Supports Cordova and Worklight client API
  • 10. The IBM Mobile Development Lifecycle Scan & Certify Instrument Test IntegrateObtain Insight Manage Deploy Design & Develop Build Functional Test Deploy Acceptance Test App Store
  • 11. Mobile apps Challenges of integration Enterprise Services Speed of change
  • 12. Mobile apps Worklight adapters speed up integration Enterprise Services Worklight Server Integration Push notification • Mobile-specific content optimises number of calls and amount of data • Application-specific content can offload processing and caching requirements to the server-side • Shares common skills with the client-side, namely JavaScript. Adapters have out of the box integration with REST, Web Services, JMS, DB, SAP • Focus point for security, management and monitoring of interfaces Enforce security
  • 13. The IBM Mobile Development Lifecycle Scan & Certify Instrument Test IntegrateObtain Insight Manage Deploy Design & Develop Build Functional Test Deploy Acceptance Test App Store
  • 14. Mobile Functional Test Tools  Comprehensive, complete, resilient functional testing  Android and iOS, native and hybrid HTML and JQuery  Record, edit, and run on mobile devices or emulator  Same test runs across multiple devices in the platform family  Natural language scripts can be used by developers and non- developers alike  Simple process 1. Record 2. Author 3. Playback 4. Report
  • 15. Evidence-based prioritization – enable business and IT to collaborate on mobile strategy and user experience Over the air app distribution – get the latest in the hands of testers as soon as it is available Frictionless bug reporting – spend every minute on testing latest and greatest builds, not the hassles In-app crash reporting – rapid understanding of why an app fails Sentiment analysis – mine app ratings and reviews to extract actionable feedback before they go viral Introducing IBM Worklight Quality Assurance Delivers mobile app quality across a fragmented environment with end user feedback and quality metrics available at every stage of development. Quality Assurance User Feedback Crash logs Bugs NEW!
  • 16. Introducing IBM Worklight Application Scanning Based on AppScan v9.0 • A single Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Scan existing code projects or Worklight Studio projects • Native and hybrid mobile applications support • Enhanced JavaScript analysis, which includes improved performance and additional framework support • Optionally connect to IBM Security AppScan Enterprise Server to share scan configurations, filters, and custom rules across all projects Application Scanning Detect vulnerabilities at the time of code change to reduce risk of data leakage and breaches NEW!
  • 17. The IBM Mobile Development Lifecycle Scan & Certify Instrument Test IntegrateObtain Insight Manage Deploy Design & Develop Build Functional Test Deploy Acceptance Test App Store
  • 18. Mobile apps Worklight deployment artifacts Worklight Server Worklight Studio Apps Adapters Integration Management App Center AdaptersApps .wlapp .adapter Binary (IPA/APK)
  • 19. Mobile continuous delivery process At a high level, the mobile development process has the following phases: • Develop the application. • Deliver changes to the Source Code Management (SCM) system. • Build the application. • Deploy the artifacts created by the build. • Install and use the mobile application.
  • 20. Centralize and Automate Mobile App Builds 1. Create an Worklight project and application in Eclipse via Worklight Studio 2. Add a mobile environment of your choosing 3. Add app content 4. Build and deploy it to the Worklight Server 5. Use the specific environment tools to deploy to the device • Eclipse for Android • Xcode for iOS • Visual Studio for Windows Phone • Ripple for BlackBerry Worklight Build System Source Code Repository Worklight Application Center
  • 21. Mobile continuous delivery process At a high level, the mobile development process has the following phases: • Develop the application. • Deliver changes to the Source Code Management (SCM) system. • Build the application. • Deploy the artifacts created by the build. • Install and use the mobile application.
  • 22. IBM UrbanCode Deploy V6.0 integration with Worklight SC M Build UrbanCode Deploy CodeStation Worklight Application Center ConsoleProcess .wlapp adapter Binary (IPA/APK) Install/update app runtime calls  The new plugin enables automated deployment to Worklight Console and Application Center • Supports Worklight Apps targeting iOS and Android  App Server, Database and other plugins used to configure environments and Worklight projects
  • 23. Mobile deployment process • Automated from code check-in, build and deploy to test environment. • Repeatable • Environment-aware pick up environment properties • Integrated testing • Sign-off and release www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/worklight-mobile-devops/
  • 24. Worklight App Center
  • 25. Direct Update for mobile apps on the device 1. Web resources packaged with app to ensure initial offline availability 2. Web resources transferred to app's cache storage 3. App checks for updates on startup and foreground events 4. Updated web resources downloaded when necessary, with user confirmation or silently Worklight Server Native Shell Pre-packaged resources Download Update web resource App Store Web resources Cached resources Transfer Check for updates 1 2 3 4 Enhanced!
  • 26. 1 Download the free IBM Worklight Developer Edition: ibm.com/developerworks/mobile/worklight Learn more: ibm.com/mobilefirst 2 3 Learn more about UrbanCode Deploy www.ibmdw.net/urbancode/ and using it with Worklight www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library /worklight-mobile-devops/ Three Ways to Get Started with IBM
  • 27. © 2014 IBM Corporation27 Confidential

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