Today’s mobile enterprise application platform (MEAP) vendors give organizations the opportunity to enter the mobile space. MEAP vendors provide the capabilities to develop native-like (hybrid) applications through a “code once, deploy everywhere” approach, without the need for comprehensive technical experience with the target mobile platform.
The Ionic Framework is a free open-source project. It’s released under the permissible MIT license, which enables organizations to use it for personal or commercial projects for free. This allows teams to experiment without the financial headaches of proprietary tools.
The Ionic Framework provides the bare-bones capabilities to develop hybrid applications, similarly to Adobe PhoneGap. Teams must then acquire the supplementary tools to complete the mobile development, testing, and deployment process. Ionic fills this gap with Studio (IDE), and Appflow (deployment pipeline) at an added cost. Additional development capabilities are enabled through Ionic Native.
The Ionic Framework allows organizations to learn and experiment with mobile development using their web development knowledge, without the headache of investing in proprietary tools. However, the Ionic Framework only provides the bare bones, so supplementary tools and support are required. Organizations looking for advanced and high-performing applications will need to look at other MEAP products.
Custom application development is a strategic differentiator in the digital economy. Organizations need to make good decisions on how to insource or outsource that development or they risk bad software … and worse results.
The concept of building a software factory has increased in popularity with the drive to build digital platforms, products, and services. It is also a major transformation from traditional, hands-on-keyboards software development practices in and of itself. Before you build your software factory make sure you have a firm foundation for success!
COVID-19 has forced software companies and their suppliers to refocus efforts around prioritizing systems and workflows that are nearly 100% digital in nature. As a result, Info-Tech has observed the quick emergence of six market themes that are highly relevant post COVID-19. This note series will profile key vendors and how they fit into the post-COVID-19 world.
COVID-19 has forced software companies and their suppliers to refocus efforts around prioritizing systems and workflows that are nearly 100% digital in nature. As a result, Info-Tech has observed the quick emergence of six market themes that are highly relevant after COVID-19. This note series will profile key vendors and how they fit into the post-COVID-19 world.
IBM is changing the terms of its ubiquitous Passport Advantage agreement to remove entitled discounts on over 5,000 on-premises software products, resulting in an immediate price increase for IBM Software & Support (S&S) across its vast customer landscape.
Is it true that everything that can go wrong will go wrong? Don’t bet on it to not.
Test data management tools offer you the ability to provision, mask, and govern the access and use of your test data, alleviating these manual, laborious and error-prone tasks from your testing, operations, and DBA teams.
While Microsoft is not a prominent player in the RPA space now with its Power Automate solution, compared to Blue Prism, UiPath, and Automate Anywhere, its latest acquisition of Softomotive, maker of WinAutomation, demonstrates Microsoft’s dedication to mature and expand its RPA offerings.
When trying to implement Agile as a defined process, Scrum turned BAs or other roles into order takers with the title “product owner.” This undermines the entire value proposition of product management.