What to know about developing mobile apps

Marsan, Carolyn
December 2007
NetworkWorld Asia;Dec2007, Vol. 3 Issue 11, p30
Academic Journal
The article discusses the factors to consider in developing mobile applications. According to the article, corporate information technology (IT) needs to realize that handhelds are now considered as a real productivity tools and not just executive toys. It should be recognized that IT does not want to repeat the mistakes acquired by the personal computer (PC) revolution in handhelds. In addition, handhelds represent a new class of calculating with their own set of capabilities.


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