How to Build Enterprise Mobile App Fast with Appery.io – Bay Area Enterprise Mobile App Meetup

I will be at the Bay Area Enterprise Mobile App Development Meetup in Mountain View, CA on Thursday, January 22 showing how to rapidly build mobile apps with Appery.io. Hope you can be there.

What

Gone are the days where you can afford to take months to build an enterprise mobile app. In today’s fast market, you need to be able to prototype the app in a few days, release the first version in a few weeks, get feedback, fix bugs, release the second version. Repeat. In this session you will learn how to use APIs and cloud platform for rapid mobile development. We will use the Appery.io mobile platform to build a real app. This is a live coding session where you will be able to test the app on your phone, and we will package the app for iOS/Android.

When

Thursday, January 22, 2016, 6:00 PM

Where

Large Event Room at Hacker Dojo
599 Fairchild Dr, Mountain View, CA

Attend

Yes, I want to go.

Get Hackathon Ready: Learn How to Build a Complete Hybrid App with Appery.io

Happy New Year!

Get hackathon ready. This video shows how to build a complete HTML5/hybrid mobile app. This video was recorded as part of AT&T Bootstrap Week in preparation for the AT&T Summit 2015 in Las Vegas. The video shows:

  • Building the app UI with Appery.io visual app builder
  • Integrating with Twilio API to send SMS messages from the app
  • Integrating with Appery.io backend services to save SMS messages into a cloud database
  • Testing the app
  • Exporting the app for iOS or Android

Top Three Challenges in Enterprise Mobile App Development in 2015

 

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Enterprises are adopting mobile technologies at an unprecedented rate. As Business News Daily recently reported, 1.3 billion workers will go mobile by 2015, and with that massive number, the need for enterprise mobile apps can only skyrocket.

With that increase, many mobile app developers will be called upon to create internal mobile enterprise apps. These apps have many requirements and considerations that differ from the typical app destined for the public app stores. In this article, we will take the top three challenges and share some tips on how to meet these challenges:

  1. Security
  2. User Interface
  3. Choosing a Development Technology

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AT&T Bootstrap Week: Learn How to Build a Complete HTML5/Hybrid App with Appery.io

As part of AT&T Bootstrap Developer Week, I will be showing how to build a complete HTML5/hybrid mobile app with Appery.io cloud platform. This is an excellent preparation for the AT&T Summit hackathon January 3-4, 2015.

Topic

Learn How to Build a Complete HTML5/Hybrid App with the Appery.io Cloud Platform

What

Appery.io is a cloud-based platform with visual development tools and integrated backend services. With nothing to install or download, Appery.io allows rapid HTML5 and hybrid app development entirely in the cloud. In this session you will learn how to build a complete mobile app. We will build the app UI using a visual drag and droop editor, connect to an API backend, and use Cordova for native device features. We will then test and deploy the app. This is a live coding session where attendees will be able to test the app as it’s being built.

When

Tuesday, December 19, 9 AM Pacific Time

Register

Register to attend this online tutorial.

How to Build a Mobile App Connected to a Relational Database [Video]

This video shows how to build a 1-page insurance mobile app connected to a relational database. The relational database has been exposed via REST API using Appery.io Mobile Server.

Video: Building a Mobile App with User Login and Registration in Appery.io

This video shows how to build a mobile app in Appery.io with user login and registration. The video covers:

  • Creating a page that has login and registration forms
  • Using Appery.io Database for User Management
  • Generating and mapping login and registration API services
  • Using Appery.io Server Code to record each user login and then display the history of logins on the welcome page
  • Setting up security for server script and database