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Posts Tagged "Mobile Development"

Simplify Your Mobile Presence With Progressive Web Apps

The biggest thing we take for granted in the current mobile-dominated web is that everything “just works”, no matter what size or type of device you’re on. But what’s the real impact of that expectation?
For customers, the frustration of needing to switch devices can be more than enough to turn them away from a certain product. For product owners, there’s an expectation that everything needs to be created in parallel to be desktop-friendly, tablet-friendly, mobile-friendly, and to have an equal native mobile app for every platform, which can quickly add up in cost. And for developers, there’s the fact that now you have to actually make all those versions of the same app, across completely different technologies for web and native, and have them work similarly enough to not raise any eyebrows.
But luckily, there’s a new way of doing things,…

Mobile-first, cloud-first makes Microsoft a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Application Development Platforms

In the few months since Microsoft acquired Xamarin, Scott Guthrie and Nat Friedman have laid out our roadmap that builds on the complementary strengths in mobile development and cloud services that made our companies great partners for years. Microsoft is excited to report that Visual Studio with Xamarin plus Azure is working. They have already seen a massive upswing in developer participation, and they’re receiving validation from outside the developer community, as well.
Yesterday, Gartner recognized Microsoft as a Leader in its 2016 Magic Quadrant for Mobile Application Development Platforms. The designation reflects the fact that Microsoft’s Mobile Application Development Platform vision has expanded dramatically, evidenced by the Xamarin integration, enhancements to Azure App Service, and improved mobile DevOps capabilities.
Over the past year Microsoft has made incredible progress toward their vison of “Any developer, any app, any platform.” Developers need to balance the efficiency of a full-stack solution with the flexibility…

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