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The Future Of Mobile Experience Development

Vision: The Mobile App Development Playbook

August 22, 2016

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This is the Vision report in The Mobile App Development Playbook For 2017.

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The mobile computing revolution rivals the move from monolithic systems to client-server in the 1990s. Similarly, we're seeing massive architecture changes as companies modernize the way they build applications. Modern experiences require omnichannel clients and elastic infrastructure, and they're composed of service endpoints. This report focuses on the changes that app development leaders need to make to serve effective, contextual mobile moments. It looks at how modern applications are evolving and what development teams should prepare for now. This is an update of a previously published report; Forrester reviews and updates it periodically for continued relevance and accuracy. We revised this edition to factor in the evolution of mobile experience development tools, processes, and trends.

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Table of Contents

  • Mobile Experiences Are The Vanguard Of A New Wave Of Innovation
  • Context Is King When Delivering Modern Mobile Experiences
  • Technology Innovations Will Accelerate Contextual Computing
  • Recommendations

  • Build Your Team To Develop Modern Experiences, Not Mobile Apps
  • What It Means

  • The Biggest Change In Development In A Generation Is Here
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