Mobile apps are today's vehicle for e-commerce. Apps are powered by APIs. The app store rating is *everything* when it comes to how well your app does in the market.
In this recent webcast, Ole Lensmar from SmartBear and Alan Ho of Apigee discussed ways to avoid the dreaded 1-star rating; how to ensure APIs don't compromise your app's performance and how can you take corrective action before your app earns a poor reputation.
In early December hundreds of developers gathered in Amsterdam at the Kings of Code Festival 2012 to discuss the latest trends, developments, and best practices in web and mobile development technologies.
In this video from the festival, Apigee's Tim Anglade talks about the the new ways developers worldwide are building beautiful, powerful apps for web and mobile. Tim advocates for "evolving with your code", and sheds light on popular application architectures, infrastructures, and features. He explores the advent of BaaS, and why an API platform is an essential part of the developer’s toolset.
Thanks to all who participated in last week's Webcast, Bringing the App Economy to Enterprise IT in which @kevingswiber and @landlessness expanded the popular meaning of apps to explore emerging patterns of IT best practices. The video and slides are below.
Thanks to all who participated in last week's strategy webinar: The Anatomy of Apps - How iPhone, Android & Facebook Apps Consume APIs
Thanks to our speakers @edanuff, @landlessness and @sramji. The slides and video are here.
Two weeks ago the Wall Street Journal ran the story ‘Sam's Club to Use Wi-Fi to Push TVs,’ highlighting internet-connected TVs which run popular social media or video applications. Last week WSJ highlighted how cable companies are getting their content on the iPad in response to excellent execution by Netflix and Hulu. This week, WSJ reports how businesses like law firm Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, Bausch & Lomb, and Mercedes-Benz Financial are adopting the iPad as a business tool. APIs are all over the business press as early leaders emerge and competitive pressure to succeed in the...