Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
  • Like
Globant Mobile Future - Android UADE FIT 2013
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×

Now you can save presentations on your phone or tablet

Available for both IPhone and Android

Text the download link to your phone

Standard text messaging rates apply

Globant Mobile Future - Android UADE FIT 2013

  • 299 views
Published

Presentacion de @pablovittori sobre Android. Globant Mobile Studio. …

Presentacion de @pablovittori sobre Android. Globant Mobile Studio.
Android + Glass + Galaxy Gear

Published in Technology
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
299
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2

Actions

Shares
Downloads
7
Comments
0
Likes
1

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Pablo Vittori Partner – Mobile Studio Pablo.vittori@globant.com @pablovittori
  • 2. New Technologies Are Driving Growth Old Traditional IT Services Market IT services market worldwide. Source: IDC NEW TECHNOLOGIES (cloud, Mobile, Social Media) Cloud services, mobile enterprise application and social media. Source: IDC and Gartner
  • 3. We are a new-breed technology services provider focused on delivering innovative software solutions by leveraging emerging technologies and trends
  • 4. This is Globant Clients Employees Recognitions 3000 Acquisitions 2008 Accendra & Openware 2011 Nextive 2013 Terra Forum Revenue Growth ($mm)
  • 5. Globant Studios Cloud Computing Managed services Monitoring and support Information Security Hybrid development Mobile Game Engineering Mobile Experience E-commerce Content Management System Portals Online Travels Solutions UI Technologies User Experience Visual Design Social Platforms Digital Marketing Data Architecture Data Science Data Visualization High Performance Systems Text Automation Mobile Testing Game QA Testing Center Digital Platforms Game Engineering Gaming Experience Graphic Engineering Collaboration Solutions Process Engineering Tools Cloud Development Covering the full spectrum of emerging technologies & trends Studios combine talent through practices that work together to create IP for our clients
  • 6. Mobile Practices MOBILE EXPERIENCE Our studio get the key knowledge to understand the needs and trends on the mobile market. NATIVE DEVELOPMENT Native experience on iOS and Android platform allow us to create stunning user interfaces, explore in depth all the features and applications for mobile market and product hi quality reliable mobile platforms. HYBRID DEVELOPMENT HTML5 combined with solid frameworks as Phonegap and Sencha allow us to create rich media mobile apps in multiple platforms. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT We develop mobile products for our customers from ideas to market. We help to define the vision, scope, roadmap and market strategies of our customers ideas. Product definition from day 1 is key for an effective mobile strategy.
  • 7. Mobile Studio Roles Product Management - Product Managers Business Analysts Functional Analysts Game Producers Engineering Art & UI Quality Assurance - -  -  -  - Manual Testers - Automated Testers Architects Developers Project Managers System Admins User Experience Visual Designers User Interface
  • 8. What is Mobile Product Design Business Opportunity + Customer Need & Context + Technology Platform & Environment = Mobile Product Design
  • 9. Agile How We Do It Business Enable Technology Design Customer
  • 10. Mobile practices
  • 11. Mobile environment Native Apps Hybrid Apps HTML5 + CSS3 Responsive Design
  • 12. Mobile environment Native apps •  Leverage features of the platform capabilities including hardware particular functions and device performance. •  Improved application response and design capabilities. •  Offline functionality. •  Findability. •  App store promotion. •  Monetization. •  •  •  •  A Binary “executable image” that is explicitly downloaded on the device file system. Distribute thru popular app stores. Executed directly by the operating system. Makes explicit use of device APIs and features.
  • 13. Mobile environment Hybrid apps •  A Hybrid app is a native app with embedded HTML. •  It has all the benefits of Native apps: full access to API’s, app store presence, etc. •  Selected portions of the app are written using web code. •  The web portion can be either be accessed online or included in the app.
  • 14. Web apps Mobile optimized web apps Main HTML5 features on mobile Characteristics of mobile web apps •  Bitmapped and vector graphics, including animations •  Offline support and data URLs •  Geolocation •  Video and audio •  Continuous communications with the server •  •  •  •  •  Entirely written using web technologies (HTML, CSS and JavaScript) Code is executed in the browser Various launch mechanisms Installation is optional Combine cross platform HTML5 and CSS with device specific features (Touch Optimized, no address bar, suggestion to pin to the home screen, offline availability
  • 15. Native vs hybrid Device Access Speed Development Cost Testing Distribution Native Full Very Fast Expensive Reasonable iTunes / Play Store iTunes Web Partial Platform Dependant Reasonable Reasonable URL N/A Partial Platform Dependant Reasonable Expensive (depending on coverage) iTunes / Play Store iTunes (may take longer) Hybrid Approval Process Complexity for web development (Hybrid and Web Mobile) is highly dependant on the browser/platform capabilities and performance. The implementation of WebKit in iOS is one of the most performant on the market, and in the other hand, old versions of Android OS present challenges to get an acceptable usage performance on Hybrid and complex web applications.
  • 16. Trends
  • 17. Mobile Market The mobile world is dominated by Android and Apple today, Blackberry is going down.
  • 18. Mobile Market iOS Android Blackberry BlackBerry is falling of a sales cliff, with an 81 Windows Phone Windows Phone is gaining market, with a percent plunge in sales 52% growth year to year to year. Measured year. but still less than last february. 4% of the market. A desperate measure of Windows RT was a porting Android apps to major failure and is Blackberry 10 is not stalling any growth. taking effect. Nokia recent acquisition can be a game changer or the end for both windows phone and Nokia.
  • 19. Mobile Market
  • 20. Trends iOS Android Android 4.4 KitKat is around the corner unifying the platform under one OS version iOS 7, new design, Cloud integrated landscape and In Dash iOS devices will shape the next year in Apple tech. Wearable computing is arriving to Android environment starting with Glass and now with the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Gear Google Glass was deployed to a limited audience last april, and will revolution the market next year
  • 21. All Connected Invisible link Content Internet is something common today as the telephone. but aside of the information availability was the initiator of the “All connected” concept From smartphones to cars, going thru TV’s, home appliances, watches and tablets, everything can handle applications and show content. The key today is the content generation, with special attention in quality, distribution and availability. Content is the future.
  • 22. New Interfaces Future of interface design. The desktop computer with keyboard and mouse is dead, smartphones introduced new interfaces and in the coming month most of those interfaces will become obsolete too.. Google Glass is the clear example of what means Human Interface Experience. Combination of Voice, gestures and elegant interface is the first approach of the interfaces of the future. Siri and Voice Recognition are defining the end of keyboards. We have a lot of challenges ahead.
  • 23. Glass What is Google Glass Revolutionary piece of hardware + software integrate with . Glass is a basically a wearable computer, with the mission of producing a massmarket ubiquitous computer. The wearable technology has it all: A tiny screen projection that hovers in front of your face, voice commands and instant response to your most critical desires Google Glass could be the next big thing because it’s a piece of powerful, yet elegant consumer technology that anyone can use with almost no training
  • 24. Glass how to video
  • 25. Thanks Pablo Vittori Partner – Mobile Studio Pablo.vittori@globant.com @pablovittori