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I participated recently in a “CHAOS Tuesday” interview hosted by the Standish Group on managing mobile app projects. They were interested in learning how mobile projects are different from traditional software projects and what people should be aware of when executing mobile projects.
We discussed the top challenges of building mobile apps, which I described as:
I talked about Progress OpenEdge Mobile with its cloud-based app building and integration back into our Eclipse-based Developer Studio. It is a great option for developers looking to build mobile apps, with a focus on developer productivity and support for both Apple iOS and Google Android platforms for both phone and tablet with a “write-once, run-anywhere” approach. Plus, our core OpenEdge platform has been enhanced to support the mobile apps with binding to backend data and functions.
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