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Disrupting Mobile Development: Cloud Tools

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Most mobile apps today are built using traditional desktop tools. These tools are complex, need to be downloaded, installed, frameworks configured, and lack real-time collaboration. To build mobile apps fast, to stay ahead, and innovate in the enterprise, developers need new tools to create mobile apps. The new tools are running entirely in the cloud, offer real time collaboration, sharing, and connections to cloud APIs. In this live coding session attendees will learn about OpenEdge Mobile platform, and how to build a mobile app connected cloud APIs. Creating re-usable API plug-ins will be shown as well. Attendees will be able to test the app on their phones as its being built.

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Disrupting Mobile Development: Cloud Tools

  1. 1. Disrupting Mobile Development:Cloud ToolsMax KatzHead of Developer Relations, Appery.io@maxkatzmax@exadel.com
  2. 2. An enterprise mobile softwaredevelopment company that providesservices, technology innovations,and solutions to businessesworldwide
  3. 3. Most* development in the (near)future will be done in the cloud.
  4. 4. Dev. toolsNothing to downloadNothing to installNo maintenanceNothing to update
  5. 5. Software, frameworksNothing to downloadNothing to installNo maintenanceNothing to update
  6. 6. DevelopmentConnect to any APISharingCollaborationTestingSuper fastEasy (finally, concentrate on the app)Source control integrationDevelop anywhere
  7. 7. Some examples of cloud tools:Progress MobileEdge (powered by Appery.io)ApplicationCraftIceniumEclipse Orion projectCloud9 IDECodenvyBrackets
  8. 8. Lets build an app!Progress MobileEdge PlatformConnect to 3rdparty cloud APINative API (via Apache Cordova)Cloud BuildPlug-insConnect to mobile API backendSharing
  9. 9. Ultimate PlatformDev. toolsCloud APIsEnterprise (organization) APIsApp storagePush NotificationsServer code
  10. 10. Thank You.Twitter: @maxkatzEmail: max@exadel.comBlog: mkblog.exadel.com

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