It's been almost a decade that smartphones were introduced. When the smartphones were launched 10 years before there were not many capabilities except for making voice calls, limited browsing, taking decent photos, listen to stored music, etc. However, as years passed, the capabilities of smartphones have increased by multiple folds. Mobility and mobile app development … Continue reading Implicit requirements in a mobile application development
How can mobile computing work in conjunction with cloud computing to provide a better user experience?
As cloud computing is getting popular and easy to use, mobile frontend development tends to rely on cloud for even simple storage and compute needs. It is true that cloud computing is one of the most used buzz word in tech industry. We will see cloud computing gain even more momentum as cloud computing doesn't … Continue reading How can mobile computing work in conjunction with cloud computing to provide a better user experience?
Common identity management solutions with a better customer experience and enhanced security
Enterprises across the globe need a way for their customers, partners, vendors, etc., to securely identify, authenticate and authorize against the identity service to grant access to the secure application. This is not new though. This way of providing access to applications is in place from the late 1960s. But, what really has changed is … Continue reading Common identity management solutions with a better customer experience and enhanced security
What do enterprises expect from mobile developers and experts?
Mobile app developers are a subset of software developers who expertise in platforms like android and iOS. During the initial launch of smartphones, mobile developers were developing apps only for smartphones. After 10 years of android and iOS, these platforms are not just used for smartphones but for a variety of microprocessors and controllers that … Continue reading What do enterprises expect from mobile developers and experts?
Major themes and products announcement @ IO 2019
Google IO is one of the most awaited developer conferences of the year. It's more amazing to see how a search giant has transformed themselves into a company providing tools and software for developers from mobile to web to cloud. Amid much fanfare this year's Google IO kick-started with their vision and transformation statement - … Continue reading Major themes and products announcement @ IO 2019
Major announcements from CES and MWC, 2019 – Developer insights
Both CES and MWC are the 2 major anticipated events where several tech and consumer companies showcase their innovation in technology with new product line ups and their plans for the year. Let's see some of the major announcements - Apple - AirPlay 2 support in Samsung latest generation smart TV's. I see this as … Continue reading Major announcements from CES and MWC, 2019 – Developer insights
Mobile apps that I liked the most in 2018
Mobile applications are part of everyone's life. Both Android and iOS platforms have richer collections of apps. I have picked some of the mobile apps that I very commonly used in 2018. All of these apps are meant to make your life easier and get the best out of your smartphones. PS - The intent … Continue reading Mobile apps that I liked the most in 2018
Increasing complexity with growing redundant data from IoT and smart devices
Emergence of Artificial Intelligence means processing of huge data sets. These data sets has to be stored in some disks or some persistence storage. The huge volume of data has to be processed by the data scientist or big data analyst to come up with an algorithm or model that yields a measurable outcome. What … Continue reading Increasing complexity with growing redundant data from IoT and smart devices
Next in Android
Like the famous Netflix show - ‘My next guest needs no introduction’ every year around this time the next in android is a known surprise - ‘Next version of the android OS’. So this year its about ‘Android P’. Looking at the timeline from google on the rollout of this version, we can clearly understand … Continue reading Next in Android
Data First and De-Centralization of mobility solutions
The future of mobility is about connected devices. And the connected devices should interact with each other seamlessly. It is not just device to user interaction. It is also about device to device interactions. Smart phones are a decade old now. The UX that the smart phones brought in with those devices are the reason … Continue reading Data First and De-Centralization of mobility solutions