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Mobile Platforms Redux
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Mobile Platforms Redux

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Overview of the mobile platform and development environment landscape in light of the recent announcements during and around MWC 2011. …

Overview of the mobile platform and development environment landscape in light of the recent announcements during and around MWC 2011.

Presented at the March 2011 Mobile Monday Edinburgh.

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  • 1. Mobile Platforms Redux or “platform choice for all right thinking people” Geoff Ballinger VP Engineering Mobile Acuity Ltd. http://mobileacuity.com
  • 2. While working hard in Barcelona I tried to track down the latest info and opinions on the various platforms out there.
  • 3. Where are your users? (lies, damned lies, and statistics!)
  • 4.  
  • 5. UK Usage
  • 6. How accessible is it for you? (… and others?)
  • 7. iOS <ul><li>Most commercially developed and established apps ecosystem – safe choice!
  • 8. Every client wants an iPhone app
  • 9. BUT lots of established competition.
  • 10. Technically “different” (except for Mac devs)
  • 11. Objective-C based – not like the other children!
  • 12. Relatively easy to bring in existing C/C++
  • 13. Very restrictive deployment process. </li></ul>
  • 14. Android <ul><li>Now biggest selling smartphone OS in USA
  • 15. Google! Usable £80 PAYG devices!
  • 16. Low barrier to entry for java developers
  • 17. Can include native portions – but latest Dalvik VMs very fast anyway
  • 18. Relatively free and easy deployment
  • 19. BUT starting to see significant malware …
  • 20. AND fragmentation ...
  • 21. AND Oracle lawyers ... </li></ul>
  • 22. RIM <ul><li>OS 5+6 J2ME derived “smartphone” platform
  • 23. QNX based “Playbook OS” has 4 SDKs: </li><ul><li>Adobe AIR, and Webworks widget engine now
  • 24. Native and Java to come + hybrids! </li></ul><li>Development tools often not great even now – see Jamie Murai&apos;s weblog and RIM&apos;s responses
  • 25. Existing java devices have huge market share
  • 26. BBM a key part of the mix </li></ul>
  • 27. Now for the rest ...
  • 28. Nokia&amp;co <ul><li>Windows Phone 7 </li><ul><li>Primary platform for Nokia smartphones!
  • 29. Silverlight + XNA – Visual Studio inc. C# and VB </li></ul><li>Symbian </li><ul><li>Huge number of devices in circulation
  • 30. Huge presence/relevance in developing world?
  • 31. Rather individual C++ dialect – but recently QT </li></ul><li>MeeGo(ne) </li><ul><li>C++ and QT based. Devices? AppUp ecosystem.
  • 32. Still being pushed by Intel so can&apos;t discount it </li></ul></ul>
  • 33. WebOS <ul><li>New devices from HP look v. interesting
  • 34. HP will use for phones, tablets, … and PCs and Printers!
  • 35. Webkit + v8 engine – w/ Node.js for services – service bus
  • 36. Mojo for javascript - also native dev kit
  • 37. Ares fully hosted browser based IDE
  • 38. Core of Ares is growing into Enyo - 2 nd gen platform with better structure and much less boilerplate HTML required.
  • 39. Ecosystem a little behind the big 3
  • 40. … but if HP push those new devices! </li></ul>
  • 41. WAC <ul><li>Ever heard of them?
  • 42. “Wholesale Applications Community”
  • 43. Mobile widget platform based on W3C specs
  • 44. Backed by many of the world&apos;s operators
  • 45. App store up and running now
  • 46. Mix of OMTP BONDI + JIL + GSMA OneAPI
  • 47. Probably the quickest/easiest way to publish into the South Korean market! </li></ul>
  • 48. etc. <ul><li>Operator widget platforms
  • 49. Samsung Bada (aka Symbian take two?)
  • 50. Access Linux Platform
  • 51. Maemo
  • 52. J2ME
  • 53. BREW
  • 54. … and of course don&apos;t forget mobile web!
  • 55. … or SMS etc! </li></ul>
  • 56. <ul><li>Incredible rate of change – accepted “facts” can change very very fast.
  • 57. Still all comes back to the usual things – giving your users products they want to and can use.
  • 58. Lots of web tech based platforms appearing
  • 59. app vs widget vs webapp – do you care?
  • 60. Tablets now part of the picture too
  • 61. What effect will the operators have? </li></ul>
  • 62. Thanks for Listening!

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