What gap, you might ask? The gap between SDKs, apps, and use cases. I was really happy that Gartner recognized this value proposition from Appdome. In their 2018 Mobile Application Management Market Guide, Gartner said, “Appdome develops its own extensions to third-party SDKs to bridge gaps between SDKs, use cases, and apps”. But what does this really mean?
SDKs are designed to reduce development burden required to implement services. They aid enterprises in adding desired capabilities and features to apps, without having to develop them internally. For this very reason, mobile app developers prefer SDKs as they serve as ‘building blocks’ for connecting apps to mobile services during the development cycle.
by Rapid John Appdome today announced the expansion of its automated service for BlackBerry [...]
Appdome for BlackBerry Dynamics Expands to Include BlackBerry Dynamics Launcher for Single Point of Access to Business Apps and Tasks
Redwood City, Calif. – June 1, 2017 – Appdome, the mobile industry’s first cloud hub for mobile [...]
by Bla1ze For those you out there working with Appdome for BlackBerry Dynamics, Appdome today has [...]
As you know from my last post, Appdome for App Publishers is a new service on the Appdome platform designed to support the growing need to integrate mobility solutions with commercially available apps. Thanks to those of you that have contacted us about this amazing new service. FI thought I’d share some of the incredible benefits others have shared with me.
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Appdome is the MuleSoft for Mobile. This was the most common reaction we [...]