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  • good information Phong. I was seeing what are the trends in Application Development and found this slide informative to begin with.
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  • Thanks for sharing Phong, I was about to review the trends to prepare for 2014 and found your slides. Good work! (Hieu)
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  • 1) Phone lines 2) devices/ hardware 3) internet usage 4) revenue
  • Add notes to explain programming language and platform
  • E-news: comments, share facebook, google+, linkedin, twitter. Login using social networks accounts (facebook, google+). Status, notifications are real-time updates to users. HTML5 is. More demand on social, more traffic to server, highly scalable technologies are more use such as nosql database (mongodb, hadoop…), asyn i/o access (nodejs),
  • Add notes to explain programming language and platform
  • Cloud Computing: Execution environment for app, it of course includes storage somehow.Cloud Storage: Pure data storage servicesPublic Cloud: for many clientsPrivate Cloud: for single clientsHybrid Cloud: between public & hybrid cloudHas started spreading out since early2009, Cloud is now turning from the state of “Should we use” to “How we use” in IT corporate
  • Personal Cloud storage will replace PCs data for personal contents. Email is a good example of using Personal Cloud StorageiOS has iCloud, Android has Google Drive, Windows Phone: SkyDrive
  • Infrastructure as a ServicePlatform as a ServiceSoftware as a Service
  • Add source of big data
  • 1) Amazon store, 2) IBM Smarter City 3) Factory 4)
  • ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability) is a set of properties that guarantee that database transactions are processed reliably
  • Google Bigtable: Google, Gmail (designed to scale across hundreds or thousands of machines)MongoDB: Craigslist, Foursquare, Shutterfly, Intuit (dynamic queries, frequently written, rarely read statistical data)HBase: Facebook (random read write to large database) – live messenging. Built on top of Hadoop ApacheCassandra: Facebook, Twitter, Digg (write often, read less)Project Voldemort:Linkedin (Data is automatically replicated and partitioned to multiple servers)Riak: Key-value: Mozilla, Comcast, AOL (High availability)Redis: Key-value:Stackoverflow (rapidly changing data, frequently written, rarely read statistical data) – very fast. StockNewSQL: InnoDB, ScaleDB, TokuDB, MemSQL, and Akiban.[12]

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  • 1. APP DEVELOPMENT TRENDS 2014 - CATCH & REACT
  • 2. 2 http://vn.linkedin.com/in/phongbui phongbui@kms-technology.com Phong Bui - VP of Technology KMS Technology ABOUT US
  • 3. WHY SHOULD WE BE HERE  Learn about 4-mega software technology trends affecting IT industry and businesses.  Necessary in order to anticipate and respond to ongoing technology- driven disruptions  Step up don’t get caught unaware or unprepared 3
  • 4. AGENDA 4 Mobile Social Cloud Big Data  4 Technology Megatrends  Programming Language Trends
  • 5. © 2014 KMS Technology #1 MOBILE
  • 6. GENERAL STATS 6 $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 $70,000 $80,000 $90,000 2011 2012 2013 2014E 2015E 2016E 2017E Mobile App + Advertising Revenue 2011 - 2017E Paid for Advertising Source data from Gartner Image Source: PPCHero
  • 7. MARKET SHARE 7 Android: Market Share win iOS: Financial Success Windows Phone: Struggling(?) BlackBerry: Old-fashioned Others: Sinking Source: Pure Oxygen Source: MobileWorldLiv e Revenue share 2013
  • 8. APP DEVELOPMENT APPROACH 8 Web Hybrid Native Objective-C, Java, C#, C++ HTML, CSS, JavaScript -Web View -Native Wrapper -Open GL
  • 9. MOBILE DEV LUGGAGE 9 RESTful, SOAP Web services JSON, XML Server-side technology Java/C#/Ruby/PHP, … Objective-C, JavaAndroid HTML5,CSS, JavaScript Cross-platform frameworks C#(WP),C++(BB), J2ME,…
  • 10. HYBRID & CROSS-PLATFORM SDKS 10  iOS and Android  OpenGL based  iOS, Android, Windows, MacOS  Mono framework  iOS, Android, WP, BB  HTML5, JS based layout  iOS, Android, WP7/8, BB, …  Hybrid with HTML, CSS, JS  HTML5/JS library  iOS, Android, WP7/8, BB, …  C/C++ or HTML, JS  iOS, Android, WP7/8, BB, …  HTML, JS as UIs  Ruby as controllers
  • 11. FOR MOBILE DEVELOPERS  Master native language for one primary platform and know few secondary OSs.  Be aware of Hybrid/Cross-platform approaches  Examine different platform devices to learn typical user experience  Mobile Start-up: Application development innovation together with marketing innovation 11
  • 12. © 2014 KMS Technology #2 SOCIAL
  • 13. SOCIAL MEDIA 13
  • 14.  Sharing  Publishing  Playing  Buying  Networking  Localization  Comment  Like  Chatting  Talking SOCIAL NETWORK FEATURES 14
  • 15. APP DEVELOPMENT TRENDS  Software tends to have more socialized features DNN acquired ActiveSocial and integrated it as core feature 50+ social module were built for Drupal framework. Web application is adopting more high responsive/real- time technique Fastest growing startups are social apps - Instagram(1B), Tumblr (1.1B), WhatsApp (19B)  Demand of Social Networks <-> Apps integration is in almost application Share Authenticate, user’s data Embedded app 15
  • 16. RESPONSIVE & SCALABLE FRAMEWORKS 16
  • 17. © 2014 KMS Technology #3 CLOUD
  • 18. CLOUD 18 Should we use How we use
  • 19. CLOUD STORAGE  Personal Cloud to replace PCs for personal content storage allowing access across multiple devices  Mobile OS offers Personal Cloud as its core ecosystem or APIs to integrate with  iOS - iCloud  Android – Google Drive  Windows Phone - SkyDrive  Applications tend to have more cloud storage integration 19
  • 20. PERSONAL CLOUD POPULAR PROVIDERS 20  2GB Free  Seamless syncing  7GB Free  Windows/Office integration  5GB Free  Best for web apps  5GB Free  Heavy iTunes/Mac users  5GB Free  Seamless syncing at any folder  5GB Free  Easy integrate with rich APIs
  • 21. CLOUD COMPUTING 21  IaaS, SaaS – gained more adoption than PaaS  PaaS is more suited for personal usages or SMEs
  • 22. CLOUD COMPUTING POPULAR PROVIDERS 22  Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3  The pioneer/most popular IaaS provider  The pioneer/most popular CRM SaaS provider  Force.com platform provides PaaS with Apex language supported  Well-known PaaS provider  ASP.NET, PHP, or Node.js  Provided IaaS from June 2012  Well-known PaaS provider  Support Python, Java, Go and PHP  other JVM languages such as Groovy, JRuby, Scala, Clojure and Jython  PaaS Owned by Salesforce  Debian-based Ubuntu OS  Ruby, Java, Node.js, Scala, Clojure, Python and PHP  Open source PaaS owned by VMware  Ruby (with Rails), Java (with Spring Framework), Node.js, Scala (with Play and Lift)
  • 23. © 2014 KMS Technology #4 BIG DATA
  • 24. DEFINITION 24
  • 25. KEY USE CASES 25 Enhanced 360O View of the Customer Security/Intelligence Extension Operational Analysis All kinds of Data Exploration to enhance decision making Source: IBM
  • 26. COMMON SOLUTION 26 Data Mining Data Visualization Parallel Processing Big Data Storage Reporting Tools/JS libs Algorithms/ Heuristics Hadoop/Ma pReduce NoSQL
  • 27. BIG DATA STORAGE 27 Polyglot looser consistency, non- structural, horizontal scaling, higher availability ~modern RDBMS, same scalable performance of NoSQL, ACID guarantees.
  • 28. TOP NOSQL PROVIDERS 28  HDFS based DB  Key-value and column oriented  Random read write to large data  Key-value storage  Developed by Facebook  Fastest write ever DB  Key-value storage  Rapidly changing data  Foreseeable data within memory capacity  Graph database  Interconnected data  MapReduce based DB  For accumulating, occasionally changing data  Document storage  Best use with for dynamic queries, SQL like storage  MapReduce based  Dynamo-like data storage  Similar to HBase  Someone noticed that it’s better than HBase  Key-value storage  combines in-memory caching with the storage system  Reads and writes scale horizontally
  • 29. © 2014 KMS Technology PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE TRENDS
  • 30. PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES TRENDS 30
  • 31. SUMMARY & NEXT? 31 - Pick something you’re interested in, build knowledge and skills - Keep an eye on the others - Consider some of them for thesis’s topics - Develop apps towards the current trends Mobile Social Cloud Big Data  4 Technology Megatrends  Programming Language Trends
  • 32. KMS TECHNOLOGY – CONNECTING CHANNELS 32 Visit us at http://www.kms-technology.com Subscribe us on https://www.youtube.com/user/kmstechnology Like us on https://www.facebook.com/kmstechnology.page Follow us on http://www.slideshare.net/kmstechnology
  • 33. © 2014 KMS Technology