During a total eclipse of the sun, Google today announced Android Oreo, ending the months-long guessing game about the official nickname for the new Android 8.0 mobile OS, previously referred to as Android O.
Developers using the Realm Mobile Platform can now do their server-side coding with C#, which joins the existing Node.js back-end binding.
While the mobile dev world awaits the imminent release of Android O, Google's flagship mobile OS, the company released a new developer preview for its Internet of Things offering.
Appdome, a mobile integration specialist, has joined the AppConfig Community, formed last year to foster best practices and tools in order to boost enterprise mobility efforts.
Defying reports that Microsoft's mobile efforts are dying, the company just announced another Windows 10 Mobile preview, highlighted by new emoji icons.
Kony released a new version of its enterprise mobility development platform -- targeting both professional coders and "citizen developers" trying to help their pro counterparts keep up with the increasing demand for mobile business apps -- along with an invitation to developers to help shape the product.
A new survey from Ionic indicates the hybrid approach to developing mobile apps is gaining ground over true native coding, which is expected to fall off dramatically over the next two years.
Enterprise mobile apps are good for business and in great demand, but execs don't trust in-house development teams to meet that demand, finds a new study from Kony.
Google yesterday promised the next version of its flagship Android mobile OS -- nicknamed Android O for now -- is "coming soon" as it announced the release of its final Developer Preview 4.
"We're already using it ourselves to write code in Android Studio," says director of product management for Android. "We're so glad we did this."
Data from 12th annual WhiteHat Security study shows Android apps are plagued by incorrectly set backup flags, while many iOS apps allow unsecure cookies.
SmartBear, a provider of software quality tools, is the latest company to join the Eclipse MicroProfile Project, an effort to create a baseline platform definition that optimizes enterprise Java for microservices architecture.
Microsoft is shutting down its free online tool for creating Universal Windows Apps in favor of an open source replacement based on templates and wizards.
Apperian updated its mobile application management platform with more functionality designed to boost the security of enterprise mobile app data.
OutSystems today announced two new updates to its low-code app development tool designed to speed up the creation of mobile apps and enhance their user experience.
One finding of Axway's new survey about smartphones is that developers perhaps shouldn't concentrate on Siri-related projects at the expense of good, old-fashioned apps.
Facing a 0.1 percent market share, Microsoft continues to chug along in developing Windows 10 Mobile, having this month released two new Windows Insider preview builds.