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  • Tools to ease mobile app development woes

    Building mobile apps is hard, but modern mobile app development platforms, mobile backend as a service (MBaaS) offerings and other products can make it easier. Companies must first decide what kind of applications they will build and which operating systems those applications will run on. From there, it should be easy to find an application development product that meets the needs of businesses and developers.

    There's no shortage of tools available for simplifying application development. The right integrated development environment (IDE) or mobile application development framework (MADF) can be instrumental in improving efficiency and reducing developers' and administrators' efforts. And the right mobile application development platforms (MADP), MBaaS or refactoring product can help free up devs and admins so they can focus their attention on projects that take priority.

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  • What are some use cases for app refactoring?

    App refactoring can be handy for businesses that need to add mobility to legacy systems but don't have the time, money or expertise to build a native app from scratch. Continue Reading

  • Predictions revisited: Microsoft DaaS, app refactoring and HPE Moonshot

    Citrix and VMware both ignored application refactoring in 2015, and Microsoft focused on Windows 10 instead of developing a DaaS platform. Learn why things could change on those fronts this year. Continue Reading

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  • The good and bad of supporting Apple devices

    As more consumers bring Apple products into the workplace, IT needs to manage and support users' smartphones and tablets, along with the iOS operating system. To further complicate matters, Apple constantly changes and upgrades its products, and it doesn't always add all the management and security features that IT needs. This issue of Modern Mobility explores the consumer giant's place in the enterprise and how IT can better manage and secure iOS devices.

    Readers can also take an in-depth look at application refactoring technology, which aims to help IT departments modernize legacy Windows and Web apps. Our columnists weigh in on the future of the Internet of Things and dual-persona technology. And Dell's director of end-user computing talks about enterprise mobile security issues in this month's Q&A.

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  • Overcome the challenges of working with legacy code

    Contributor Brad Irby explains how adding a data access layer to your existing code can eliminate problems when testing legacy code. Continue Reading

  • Running Windows desktop apps on mobile devices gets easier

    Today, admins can choose from a combination of virtualization, refactoring, secure containers and GPU virtualization to deliver Windows apps on mobile devices with a decent user experience. Continue Reading

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