Appery.io is the best mobile app development platform out there, but, with so much in Appery.io, it’s important you get the help you need to take full advantage of the platform. One way we’re doing this is through a series of weekly webinars—starting next week—that constitutes a crash course in Appery.io.
SandHill.com, a top online source for business insights into software, recently published an insight from Fima Katz, the CEO for Exadel, makers of Appery.io. In this short informative piece, Fima discusses the bimodal IT approach that helps enterprises answer the question of how to make apps in a timely way to meet the wave of ever escalating demand for more and more mobile access to the enterprise. Fima quickly covers the approach and then lists the key elements for a successful plan using mobile app development tools to implement a bimodal IT strategy.
- Read Implementing a Bimodal IT Strategy for Mobile App Development in 2015.
- Talk to Fima Katz about bimodal IT at the Gartner AADI Summit, Dec. 8–10 in Las Vegas.
Please note that we will be upgrading Appery.io with new features on Sunday, May 25, starting at 12:00am Pacific Time (midnight on Saturday night). The development environment will be unavailable for about 4 hours, from 12:00am until about 4:00am Pacific Time as we upgrade.
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Last November, we partnered with VisionMobile to help them reach out for their Developer Economics survey. Now the data for VisionMobile’s well-known reports on the state of the developer nation is out. The report features in-depth analysis and insights into the key issues in the app economy, including platform prioritization, going beyond tablets, trending revenue models, and making the right choices in developer tools.
Download the full report for free.
Mashable recently compiled a list of the best mobile app builders, and Appery.io topped the list of 10 contenders. While we’re quite pleased to be considered #1 as just an app builder, we like to remind people that we are a full mobile app platform with a great suite of seamlessly integrable back-end services. So, with Appery.io, you get the best building tool—and much more.
Appery.io is Now the Fastest Way to Build Mobile Apps for the Salesforce Platform
Beginning on November 18th, our team will be in attendance at Dreamforce ’13, the year’s biggest cloud computing event. Today, ahead of the event, we’re pleased to unveil key enhancements to our Appery.io platform, especially new capabilities that accelerate the development of mobile apps integrated with the Salesforce Platform. Today’s news significantly impacts the future of mobile app development as it further establishes Appery.io as the most complete and preferred solution for accelerating mobile innovation in the enterprise.
In a recent interview with CIO.com, Salesforce’s VP of Developer Relations, Adam Seligman, stated, “Our customers have embraced the cloud and social, and now they’re racing forward with mobile. We check our phones and use them 150 times a day, but the business apps haven’t shown up for the party. With Appery.io, everyone from business users to English majors – “citizen developers” – can build business apps quickly. In order to do this, business managers need more control over the development and management of mobile apps.” Read the rest of this entry »
Our partner, Salesforce.com, certainly knows how to get your attention. They certainly got mine! This is a really great opportunity for mobile app developers. (The runner-up prizes aren’t too shabby either.)
What is this? Salesforce.com hosts a big annual uber-conference called Dreamforce. This year’s runs November 13-17 in San Francisco. As part of the conference, there’s a Developer Zone that focuses more on the technical side. If you have a bunch of developers together, you’re going to have a hackathon. The difference this time is that the prize is so amazing. Read the rest of this entry »
Exadel’s Fima Katz, Francisco Kattan, and Max Katz were all at MobileCON this year to promote Appery.io. Appery.io was a finalist for the Application Development & Platforms MobITS award, Francisco Kattan presented on “Is Your IT Department a Bottleneck for Mobile Innovation?”, Max Katz demoed Appery.io, and we made two announcements. Read the rest of this entry »
We recently updated Appery.io in a number of ways, adding up to a big step forward for the platform. At the same time, RESTXpress, an important part of the overall mobile solution provided by Appery.io, has been enhanced. We’ve discussed most of the improvements in Appery.io in a previous blog post, so I’ll just provide a summary of these before moving on to a discussion of the changes in RESTXpress.
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We are looking forward to our next webinar with Max Katz, Head of Product Management and Developer Relations for Appery.io. This time, he will be explaining how you can get the most out of Appery.io using its newest features, like advanced collaboration, Heroku integration (for publishing apps), and new UI components. You can see all of these new features demonstrated in this hands-on webinar. And, if there’s time, we might be able to squeeze in a little bit of the latest on Exadel RESTXpress, our secure web integration product … maybe.
What’s New in Appery.io
Wednesday, October 2nd, 10am Pacific time
Register now for the webinar.