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  • Report Choose The Right Mobile Development Solutions

    January 5, 2017 | Jeffrey Hammond, Michael Facemire

    Traversing the mobile app dev technology landscape is challenging — particularly in light of different mobile development approaches, the range of infrastructure capabilities, and the development...

  • Report Brief: 2015 Mobile App Developer Platform Preferences

    Android Extends Its Global Lead, iOS Shines In North America, And Windows Gains Ground As A Third Player
    November 25, 2015 | Jeffrey Hammond

    In 2015, Android and iOS devices still capture the dominant share of mobile developers' attention. But the gap between the also-rans and at least one of these two leading mobile operating systems...

  • Report Market Overview: Mobile Infrastructure Services Aid Developers

    A Rapidly Converging Market Speeds Front-End Developers' Efforts
    August 4, 2015 | Michael Facemire, Jeffrey Hammond

    Application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals have many technology choices when it comes to building mobile apps that win, serve, and retain customers. One of the principal challenges...

  • Report Brief: 2014 Mobile Developer Platform Preferences

    Developers Disproportionately Target Android And iOS, With Windows Phone A Credible Third Option
    August 18, 2014 | Jeffrey Hammond, Michael Facemire

    Android and iOS devices still attract the lion's share of developers because of their broad consumer support and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) adoption by employees. But they aren't the only mobile...

  • Report Brief: Services Supplant Mobile Middleware

    In 2014, Infrastructure Services Will Become The Enabler For Mobile Success
    February 27, 2014 | Jeffrey Hammond, Michael Facemire

    Application development professionals have many choices when it comes to selecting mobile technologies. One of these, mobile middleware, is in a high state of flux. Market consolidation,...

  • Report Development Landscape: 2013

    Developer Forrsights North America And Europe
    August 22, 2013 | Jeffrey Hammond, Vivian Brown

    Software development is changing rapidly; firms must use this to their advantage to avoid falling behind. The Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 2013 shows that mobile development is among the hottest...

  • Report The Future Of Microsoft .NET: New Options, New Choices, New Risks

    The Emerging Windows Platform Expands On The .NET Framework
    August 24, 2012 | John Rymer, Jeffrey Hammond

    One Microsoft platform era is ending and another is beginning. The .NET era as we've known it is winding down. .NET doesn't go away — it becomes Microsoft's preferred server environment for a...

  • Report The Future Of Java

    Java Will Be Constrained By The Bounds Of Oracle's Business Model
    January 21, 2011 | John Rymer, Jeffrey Hammond

    Drama has been running high since Oracle began to shape up the Java technology it acquired along with Sun Microsystems. Oracle ended the impasse over a new core Java release, set out a road map for...

  • Report Mobile Development Goes Multiplatform

    iPhone And Android Top The List Of Devices Developers Target
    December 22, 2010 | Jeffrey Hammond

    The year 2010 was when mobile application development began crossing the chasm from early adopters to mainstream application development shops. But what started as "We need an iPhone app!" has now...

  • Report Define Your Mobile Development Strategy

    Organization: The Mobile App Development Playbook
    August 24, 2010 | Jeffrey Hammond

    Developing mobile applications used to be an arcane activity pursued by highly specialized developers, but no more. The surge in popularity of Android devices, BlackBerries, and iPhones has...

  • Report The Mobile Architecture Imperative

    Architect For Thin And Thick Mobile Clients For The Next Five Years
    August 1, 2008 | Jeffrey Hammond, Ellen Daley

    The past eight years have shown little business adoption of mobile applications beyond wireless email and a few key applications. As a result, firms have been able to limp along without...

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