QuickMobile 

Inspiring Connection

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About QuickMobile 
As the world embraces mobile – faster than any other technology before it – QuickMobile's solutions help you create powerful communication channels that inspire conversation and interaction before, during, and after your events. Go where your audience is and ...
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50 - 249
2006
Canada, United Kingdom
QuickMobile 
Inspiring Connection
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QuickMobile is the pioneer of mobile event apps for meetings, conferences, and exhibitions. Our event apps delight audiences by enhancing the way they network, schedule activities, engage with content, and access information. 
iPhone Apps, Android Apps, Enterprise Meeting Apps, Meetings Apps, Conference Apps, Mobile Websites, App development, Windows Phone Apps.

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A couple of days back, we had a group meeting to discuss how to meet the growing demands of apps without compromising the quality. The conclusion was that it all depends on how upcoming technology platforms assist developers in building mobile apps quickly.   I am not sure to what extent this will help, but developers at Openxcell brought up a few technologies on the table that caught attention and are worth a mention here.  The mobile app industry is growing at a rapid speed in the U.S. and abroad. The statistics suggest the mobile app development space will touch nearly $935 billion by 2023. This indicates that the business is going to be highly competitive, and companies have to outmaneuver their existing mobile app developing strategies. It also means mobile app developers have to brace themselves up for new technologies that improve the speed and quality of their mobile apps.  ( image source: Statista.com)  Upcoming technology platforms for quick mobile app development   Platforms to integrate IoT with mobile apps: IoT is a game-changer technology. It is impossible to think the modern-day mobile apps without IoT integration. To make developers’ life easier, some platforms allow them to integrate IoT applications without coding them. This platform provides tools and technologies that empower businesses to rapidly develop and deploy robust applications with augmented reality (AR) experiences. The developers are now equipped with sophisticated tools for future transition, and they know it has double-folded their efficiency in all respect.            Here is the list of such platforms/tools:                 => Ubidots                 => Azure IoT Suite                 => IBM Watson                 => Oracle IoT                 => ThingWorx                 => Xively   Alfasoftware: Alpha Software Corporation has filed a patent for its robust offline mobile app development and deployment capability. The software enables developers to build mobile apps that work offline, and they are as rich and powerful as traditional ones. With Alpha Software, developers can develop offline-capable apps and offline forms with virtually no incremental effort or cost. They have two platforms "Alpha Anywhere" and "Alpha TransForm". Both platforms help developers to build sophisticated web and mobile apps quickly, with exceptional performance and scalability. Such platforms provide the developer to overcome typical issues like the performance and development speed of the apps.  Prescriptive low code development platform: The speed in mobile app development is achieved by reusing the packaged functionality rather than building all functionality from scratch. The low code development platform gives that speed. Moving one step further, few software vendors developed a new approach called “prescriptive low code development”. In this approach, the re-usable code is woven into one integrated application. These components are re-usable and are individually supported (maintained). Unlike traditional mobile apps where developer invests a lot of time in managing APIs, the new approach of “prescriptive low code development” reduces the developer’s efforts.  APM Automation Tools: Application Performance Management (APM) provides visibility into app behavior, and delivers statistics. APM helps to improve the testing and quality assurance of an app. Developers can reduce app deployment time if they know the app’s issues in advance. The graph of these tools shows the exponential growth of APM automation tools in the coming years.  AMP Framework: The loading speed of a web-page is a critical aspect of any mobile app. AMP is an open-source HTML framework that provides a straightforward way to create web pages that are fast, smooth-loading and prioritize the user-experience.  Cross-platform tools: The cross-platform development tools like NativeScript, React Native, Flutter, Ionic Framework, Phonegap, and Xamarin are playing a crucial role in the rapid mobile application development. In the coming years, these platforms are expected to enhance their features further to mitigate the developer’s need for speed.  Microservices: It is not wrong to say that the future of rapid mobile app spans through microservices. Microservices enables developers to take ownership of the entire project development cycle, which eventually improves the application development and deployment speed. Microservices had just embarked on the journey in the mobile app development world, but the real potential is yet to be discovered.   Not just the points mentioned above, the programming language like Kotlin and Swift has a significant impact on quick mobile app development.  Since AR and Wearables are the new tenants in the house, the developers have to look for better solutions to integrate them smoothly into the apps. Maybe Facebook realized this early and decided to develop its own operating-system to decrease future dependence on the third-party platform.   Now, it is to see whether developers optimize their skills to the emerging platforms, or innovate new technologies to their flexibility - or maybe both.
A couple of days back, we had a group meeting to discuss how to meet the growing demands of apps without compromising the quality. The conclusion was that it all depends on how upcoming technology platforms assist developers in building mobile apps quickly.   I am not sure to what extent this will help, but developers at Openxcell brought up a few technologies on the table that caught attention and are worth a mention here.  The mobile app industry is growing at a rapid speed in the U.S. and abroad. The statistics suggest the mobile app development space will touch nearly $935 billion by 2023. This indicates that the business is going to be highly competitive, and companies have to outmaneuver their existing mobile app developing strategies. It also means mobile app developers have to brace themselves up for new technologies that improve the speed and quality of their mobile apps.  ( image source: Statista.com)  Upcoming technology platforms for quick mobile app development   Platforms to integrate IoT with mobile apps: IoT is a game-changer technology. It is impossible to think the modern-day mobile apps without IoT integration. To make developers’ life easier, some platforms allow them to integrate IoT applications without coding them. This platform provides tools and technologies that empower businesses to rapidly develop and deploy robust applications with augmented reality (AR) experiences. The developers are now equipped with sophisticated tools for future transition, and they know it has double-folded their efficiency in all respect.            Here is the list of such platforms/tools:                 => Ubidots                 => Azure IoT Suite                 => IBM Watson                 => Oracle IoT                 => ThingWorx                 => Xively   Alfasoftware: Alpha Software Corporation has filed a patent for its robust offline mobile app development and deployment capability. The software enables developers to build mobile apps that work offline, and they are as rich and powerful as traditional ones. With Alpha Software, developers can develop offline-capable apps and offline forms with virtually no incremental effort or cost. They have two platforms "Alpha Anywhere" and "Alpha TransForm". Both platforms help developers to build sophisticated web and mobile apps quickly, with exceptional performance and scalability. Such platforms provide the developer to overcome typical issues like the performance and development speed of the apps.  Prescriptive low code development platform: The speed in mobile app development is achieved by reusing the packaged functionality rather than building all functionality from scratch. The low code development platform gives that speed. Moving one step further, few software vendors developed a new approach called “prescriptive low code development”. In this approach, the re-usable code is woven into one integrated application. These components are re-usable and are individually supported (maintained). Unlike traditional mobile apps where developer invests a lot of time in managing APIs, the new approach of “prescriptive low code development” reduces the developer’s efforts.  APM Automation Tools: Application Performance Management (APM) provides visibility into app behavior, and delivers statistics. APM helps to improve the testing and quality assurance of an app. Developers can reduce app deployment time if they know the app’s issues in advance. The graph of these tools shows the exponential growth of APM automation tools in the coming years.  AMP Framework: The loading speed of a web-page is a critical aspect of any mobile app. AMP is an open-source HTML framework that provides a straightforward way to create web pages that are fast, smooth-loading and prioritize the user-experience.  Cross-platform tools: The cross-platform development tools like NativeScript, React Native, Flutter, Ionic Framework, Phonegap, and Xamarin are playing a crucial role in the rapid mobile application development. In the coming years, these platforms are expected to enhance their features further to mitigate the developer’s need for speed.  Microservices: It is not wrong to say that the future of rapid mobile app spans through microservices. Microservices enables developers to take ownership of the entire project development cycle, which eventually improves the application development and deployment speed. Microservices had just embarked on the journey in the mobile app development world, but the real potential is yet to be discovered.   Not just the points mentioned above, the programming language like Kotlin and Swift has a significant impact on quick mobile app development.  Since AR and Wearables are the new tenants in the house, the developers have to look for better solutions to integrate them smoothly into the apps. Maybe Facebook realized this early and decided to develop its own operating-system to decrease future dependence on the third-party platform.   Now, it is to see whether developers optimize their skills to the emerging platforms, or innovate new technologies to their flexibility - or maybe both.

A couple of days back, we had a group meeting to discuss how to meet the growing demands of apps without compromising the quality. The conclusion was that it all depends on how upcoming technology platforms assist developers in building mobile apps quickly.  

I am not sure to what extent this will help, but developers at Openxcell brought up a few technologies on the table that caught attention and are worth a mention here. 

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The mobile app industry is growing at a rapid speed in the U.S. and abroad. The statistics suggest the mobile app development space will touch nearly $935 billion by 2023. This indicates that the business is going to be highly competitive, and companies have to outmaneuver their existing mobile app developing strategies. It also means mobile app developers have to brace themselves up for new technologies that improve the speed and quality of their mobile apps. 

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( image source: Statista.com) 

Upcoming technology platforms for quick mobile app development  

  • Platforms to integrate IoT with mobile apps: IoT is a game-changer technology. It is impossible to think the modern-day mobile apps without IoT integration. To make developers’ life easier, some platforms allow them to integrate IoT applications without coding them. This platform provides tools and technologies that empower businesses to rapidly develop and deploy robust applications with augmented reality (AR) experiences. The developers are now equipped with sophisticated tools for future transition, and they know it has double-folded their efficiency in all respect.  

         Here is the list of such platforms/tools: 

               => Ubidots 

               => Azure IoT Suite 

               => IBM Watson 

               => Oracle IoT 

               => ThingWorx 

               => Xively  

  • Alfasoftware: Alpha Software Corporation has filed a patent for its robust offline mobile app development and deployment capability. The software enables developers to build mobile apps that work offline, and they are as rich and powerful as traditional ones. With Alpha Software, developers can develop offline-capable apps and offline forms with virtually no incremental effort or cost. They have two platforms "Alpha Anywhere" and "Alpha TransForm". Both platforms help developers to build sophisticated web and mobile apps quickly, with exceptional performance and scalability. Such platforms provide the developer to overcome typical issues like the performance and development speed of the apps. 
  • Prescriptive low code development platform: The speed in mobile app development is achieved by reusing the packaged functionality rather than building all functionality from scratch. The low code development platform gives that speed. Moving one step further, few software vendors developed a new approach called “prescriptive low code development”. In this approach, the re-usable code is woven into one integrated application. These components are re-usable and are individually supported (maintained). Unlike traditional mobile apps where developer invests a lot of time in managing APIs, the new approach of “prescriptive low code development” reduces the developer’s efforts. 
  • APM Automation Tools: Application Performance Management (APM) provides visibility into app behavior, and delivers statistics. APM helps to improve the testing and quality assurance of an app. Developers can reduce app deployment time if they know the app’s issues in advance. The graph of these tools shows the exponential growth of APM automation tools in the coming years. 
  • AMP Framework: The loading speed of a web-page is a critical aspect of any mobile app. AMP is an open-source HTML framework that provides a straightforward way to create web pages that are fast, smooth-loading and prioritize the user-experience. 
  • Cross-platform tools: The cross-platform development tools like NativeScript, React Native, Flutter, Ionic Framework, Phonegap, and Xamarin are playing a crucial role in the rapid mobile application development. In the coming years, these platforms are expected to enhance their features further to mitigate the developer’s need for speed. 
  • Microservices: It is not wrong to say that the future of rapid mobile app spans through microservices. Microservices enables developers to take ownership of the entire project development cycle, which eventually improves the application development and deployment speed. Microservices had just embarked on the journey in the mobile app development world, but the real potential is yet to be discovered.  

Not just the points mentioned above, the programming language like Kotlin and Swift has a significant impact on quick mobile app development. 

Since AR and Wearables are the new tenants in the house, the developers have to look for better solutions to integrate them smoothly into the apps. Maybe Facebook realized this early and decided to develop its own operating-system to decrease future dependence on the third-party platform.  

Now, it is to see whether developers optimize their skills to the emerging platforms, or innovate new technologies to their flexibility - or maybe both.

Resources
This whitepaper gives you insights about: Overcoming 3 core challenges facing enterprise event teams, What you absolutely must know to build a successful mobile event app strategy and tips to make the most of your internal event planning.
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You’re sold on mobile event apps. Now you have to sell the idea to others. This e-book will help you prepare for and control the conversation with key influencers and decision makers in Sales, Marketing, IT and, of course, the corner office
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