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Build and deploy a scalable contacts application in the cloud, Part 1
Leverage MongoDB features to build powerful, scalable MongoDB-powered cloud applications. To show how easy it is, Part 1 takes you through the process by building a PHP/jQuery address book application that lets you store and manage contacts, using a MongoDB database hosted in the IBM Bluemix cloud. Part 2 shows how to add multiple users and deploy your application to Bluemix. Needless to say, it's all mobile-friendly too, so you can deploy your application to Bluemix and immediately start using it on a tablet or smartphone.
Articles 30 Apr 2015
Build and deploy a scalable contacts application in the cloud, Part 2
Leverage MongoDB features to build powerful, scalable MongoDB-powered cloud applications. To show how easy it is, Part 1 takes you through the process by building a PHP/jQuery address book application that lets you store and manage contacts using a MongoDB database hosted in the IBM Bluemix cloud. Part 2 shows how to add multiple users and deploy your application to Bluemix. Needless to say, it's all mobile-friendly too, so you can deploy your application to Bluemix and immediately start using it on a tablet or smartphone.
Articles 30 Apr 2015
Build a remote-controlled Raspberry Pi 2 monitor for your IBM Bluemix apps
Demystify the Internet of Things with a hands-on project that uses the IBM Internet of Things Foundation to interconnect your devices and apps. Set up a Raspberry Pi 2 to monitor uptime and access time for a running IBM Bluemix app, capturing the results in a graphing app that you can deploy to Bluemix. And code a desktop application that controls the Raspberry Pi 2 monitor remotely.
Articles 28 Apr 2015
6 design principles for great Apple Watch apps
Following a few guiding principles will help you design your Apple Watch app for great results. This article summarizes the Apple Human Interface Guidelines, which focus on scannable apps and quick user-centric interactions. Designing for a small screen, optimizing for minimal power use, and ensuring app accessibility also present unique challenges.
Articles 28 Apr 2015
Build an iOS app using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service
Build an iOS application using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service available on IBM Bluemix. This multi-part series will gradually build, with each part introducing you to new services. This tutorial includes a demo, sample code, and complete instructions for creating the BlueList iOS application. You can apply what you've learned to integrate IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix, IBM CloudCode for Bluemix, and IBM Push for Bluemix services into your own applications.
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Articles 28 Apr 2015
Develop a Xamarin.Forms app for the IBM MobileFirst Platform
See how to develop an Android and iOS Xamarin.Forms app and integrate it with the IBM MobileFirst Platform in this instructional video.
Articles 22 Apr 2015
Create an Apple Watch application with the IBM MobileFirst Platform, Part 2
See how to use the IBM MobileFirst native iOS SDK to develop Apple Watch applications in this instructional video.
Articles 22 Apr 2015
Create an Apple Watch application with the IBM MobileFirst Platform, Part 1
See how to use the IBM MobileFirst native iOS SDK to develop Apple Watch applications in this instructional video.
Articles 22 Apr 2015
Build a graphical KPI dashboard app with Dojo Mobile
Dojo Mobile can greatly reduce your mobile development time while creating intuitive, rich visuals that scale well across the more popular mobile devices. In this tutorial, learn how to use Dojo Mobile's charting and gauging libraries to deliver your organization's key performance indicators to business users and managers via a mobile KPI app.
Articles 20 Apr 2015
Mobile DevOps, Part 1: Implement enterprise-scale iOS continuous builds with UrbanCode Deploy
Implement an enterprise-scale continuous-build system for iOS apps. See how the IBM Apple Solutions Team uses IBM UrbanCode Deploy to customize its continuous-build capability.
Articles 20 Apr 2015
4 experimental Bluemix services you'll want to try
Check out the latest almost-ready-for-prime-time boilerplates and services on IBM Bluemix, including selections from integration testing, data management, content management, application quality, and application infrastructure.
Articles 19 Apr 2015
Build and deploy a mobile-friendly calorie counter on IBM Bluemix with PHP, MySQL, AngularJS, and the Nutritionix API
Mobile web applications are increasingly popular because they use well-known web technologies and work consistently across different devices. This article shows you to build and instantly deploy a mobile-friendly calorie counter application on IBM Bluemix with PHP, MySQL, and AngularJS. It uses the Slim PHP micro-framework to communicate with the Nutritionix API for information retrieval and jQuery Mobile for the user interface, together with the PHP CloudFoundry build pack and bound MySQL and SendGrid service instances.
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Articles 08 Apr 2015
Build a smart mobile calorie monitor for Android
Use the Mobile Data Service and Push service on IBM Bluemix to build an Android app for monitoring calories that the user consumes and expends. Reminders are sent as push notifications.
Articles 08 Apr 2015
Automatically building and deploying MobileFirst Platform artifacts as part of a continuous delivery process
A key requirement for integrating IBM MobileFirst Platform (MFP) Application Server into a continuous delivery pipeline is to automatically upgrade the server-side components of the MobileFirst Application Server, including the project WAR file, apps, and adapters This article shows you how to automate the building of MFP components for multiple environments, automate the deployment of the built artifacts, and integrate these steps into your build process. It also includes suggestions for build management tools.
Articles 25 Mar 2015
Build an Android app using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix cloud service
Build an Android application using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service on IBM Bluemix. This multi-part series will gradually build, with each part introducing you to new services. This tutorial includes a demo, sample code, and complete instructions for creating the BlueList Android application. You can apply what you've learned to integrate IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix, IBM Push for Bluemix, and Node.js Cloud services into your own applications.
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Articles 23 Mar 2015
A year of Bluemix: Top 10 apps
See which Bluemix apps made the dW editorial team's list of favorites. From water conservation to taking on Watson, tracking your fitness, and finding your parked car, this list has a bit of everything.
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Articles 10 Mar 2015
Build a holidays notification app for Android on Bluemix
Learn to develop an app for Android mobile devices to get notifications of upcoming holidays. The MyHolidays app lets users register their mobile device with this service. Registered users can receive notifications on their mobile device, at desired intervals (weekly, bimonthly, monthly), about upcoming holidays and plan vacations accordingly. Examples show how to use Push, Mobile Data, Mobile Application Security, and Workload Scheduler IBM Bluemix services to configure and deploy the Android mobile app.
Articles 10 Mar 2015
Editors' picks: Top 10 Bluemix tutorials - Winter 2015
It's hard to believe how far we've come with Bluemix in the past year! Since then, IBM has announced a host of new IBM, third-party, and open source services and runtimes you can use to build, deploy, run, and manage almost any kind of application you can dream of. And over here at developerWorks, the editorial team has been working closely with top cloud and services experts to create a full library of quick-starts, tutorials, videos, and demos to show you what you can do with Bluemix and its services, and teach you how to do it quickly and easily.
Articles 08 Mar 2015
Using Bower and wiredep to accelerate dependency inclusion in IBM MobileFirst Platform hybrid applications
Node.js has enabled a new generation of tools for web and mobile developers by providing a command-line JavaScript environment. This article will show you how to use Bower and wiredep to speed up your hybrid application development by accelerating the way you include dependencies such as frameworks and libraries.
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Articles 25 Feb 2015
Build and deploy an ATM finder app on Bluemix
Learn how to build a simple application that uses your current location to identify the closest ATMs and integrate that information into a PHP-based web application. After you have that working, learn how you can use the Google Maps API to quickly create a static or interactive map that graphically plots those ATMs with respect to your current location. And, it's all mobile friendly, so you can deploy your application to IBM Bluemix and immediately start using it on a tablet or smartphone.
Articles 25 Feb 2015
Using Ionic to rapidly develop IBM MobileFirst Platform hybrid applications
The Ionic Framework speeds hybrid application development by providing an aesthetic and easy-to-use development framework. This tutorial will show you how to use the Ionic JavaScript and CSS components with the IBM MobileFirst Platform to create a hybrid application.
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Articles 25 Feb 2015
Build your own wearable with IBM IoT Foundation and IBM Bluemix
Build a hybrid mobile app that connects to a wearable device and sends sensor data from the device to the cloud. You'll use IBM Bluemix, the IBM Internet of Things (IoT) Foundation, Apache Cordova, and the WICED Sense Development Kit for this tutorial's nifty do-it-yourself project.
Tutorial 24 Feb 2015
Build a connected-car IoT app with Geospatial Analytics
Deploy and extend an Internet of Things (IoT) Connected Vehicle starter kit on Bluemix with the Internet of Things and Geospatial services. The starter kit enables you to simulate, view, and manage vehicles driving through a city and set up geofences for notification.
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Articles 19 Feb 2015
Add push notifications to your iOS app
Keep your iOS users up to date by adding push notifications to your Node.js app. In this tutorial, you'll see how to create a mobile app from scratch in IBM Bluemix, run a Node.js app, have the Push service interact with different devices, and complete the data exchange.
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Articles 11 Feb 2015
Build an iOS 8 App with Bluemix and the MobileFirst Platform for iOS
Try out the new iOS 8 SDK for mobile push and authentication on Bluemix. This tutorial introduces you to the new MobileFirst Platform for iOS, currently in Beta. You'll see how to create and connect a mobile back-end application on Bluemix to a sample iOS mobile application, and then send a push notification from the Bluemix console.
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Articles 10 Feb 2015
Monitor mobile devices with the Geospatial Analytics service
Obtain, run, and extend a Node.js starter application that uses the Bluemix Geospatial Analytics service. With the Geospatial Analytics service, you can monitor moving devices from the Internet of Things. The service analyzes a device message stream from MQTT and tracks device locations in real time with respect to one or more geographic regions.
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Articles 02 Feb 2015
Faster forward video series: IBM API Management end-to-end, Part 3
This four-part series of videos on IBM API Management together make up an end-to-end demonstration of the product that includes creating a restful API, testing it, publishing it in IBM API Management, and finally using the published API from a mobile application. Using the RESTful API created in Part 2, this demo shows how you can expose APIs to the public in ways that let you control access to them, and how you can leverage built-in analytics to see how your APIs are being used.
Demos 28 Jan 2015
MQTT and IBM MessageSight: Secure, reliable communications for the next generation of resilient mobile applications
MQTT is a publish-subscribe based lightweight message protocol. A critical enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), MQTT can also be used for reliable enterprise messaging to mobile devices, enabling secure, reliable communications for the next generation of resilient mobile applications. This tutorial explores the requirements of such a use case, showing how MQTT and IBM MessageSight are uniquely placed to fulfill them.
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Articles 28 Jan 2015
How to coordinate and execute an active-active topology with IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation
In an active-active topology, the server is installed in several data centers that all serve requests from mobile applications. Such a topology requires that you establish a database replication between the data centers. This tutorial explains how to setup an active-active topology for the IBM MobileFirst (formerly Worklight) Server, including setting up replication by using IBM DB2 Q Replication software.
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Articles 28 Jan 2015
Integrating IBM MobileFirst with Cast Iron connects mobile apps to the enterprise
The IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation mobile application framework provides integration functionality through its adapter mechanism. MobileFirst adapters are components that are deployed to the server on the MobileFirst platform to access enterprise services. They serve as a mediator or gateway between mobile applications and enterprise systems, receiving requests from mobile apps and returning to them the data fetched from the enterprise. IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud integration products enable you to integrate cloud and on-premise applications quickly, reduce integration costs, and optimize resources and productivity in software as a service (SaaS) and cloud models. This article illustrates an integration between IBM MobileFirst and Cast Iron.
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Articles 20 Jan 2015
FAQs when installing the IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation Developer Edition
These six questions are commonly asked of our support staff. We hope the answers address your questions when installing and getting started with the IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation Developer Edition.
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Articles 19 Dec 2014
Build an Android application security test tool with Bluemix and AppScan Mobile Analyzer service
Currently, there is a significant increase in the number of mobile applications being developed. This increase creates the need for a cost-effective tool or application to do security testing and to help developers fix the identified vulnerabilities. In this tutorial, we'll discuss the IBM Bluemix AppScan Mobile Analyzer service in detail and describe how it helps developers scan and fix security issues detected in their Android applications.
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Articles 16 Dec 2014
Build a Fitbit step contest app
Create a Fitbit daily step contest among a group of Fitbit friends by using IBM Bluemix, Twitter, and Twilio. A live leaderboard and graphical analytics are available to all contestants, along with automatic updates of leaderboard changes via Twitter and Twilio SMS messaging.
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Articles 12 Dec 2014
Set up an agile team environment to build an Ionic app
This tutorial shows you how to set up an agile DevOps team environment to build enterprise-class mobile apps. Specifically, you will learn how to take an Ionic Framework-based Cordova app and apply team development, back-end services, and quality management to take you from zero to hero. To do this, you will use IBM DevOps Services with Git integration and two IBM Bluemix services: the Mobile Cloud Data service and Mobile Quality Assurance (MQA) service.
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Articles 05 Dec 2014
Kick-start enterprise Internet of Things deployment
Use Bluemix services, the Pebble smartwatch, and Meteor to get an Internet of Things app a sales-tracking system up and running quickly.
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Articles 03 Dec 2014
Build MVC-style mobile apps using Bluemix
It's still important to develop MVC-style applications. MVC-style apps are built using different platforms (cloud based or on-premise), different programming languages Java, Node JS, PHP, Python, and so on), different runtimes (WebSphere, Node, Ruby), and different datasources (DB2, Cloudant, MySQL). This tutorial shows how to build a simple Android mobile app that uses Java based RESTful web services published in IBM Bluemix. You can download the app, services, and DDLs.
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Tutorial 02 Dec 2014
Build a Where? app for web and Pebble users
Create an app that answers "where" questions. You'll build and deploy a back-end Node.js application on Bluemix that provides a REST API to support client apps. Then you'll build two client apps: one for the web and one for the Pebble smartwatch.
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Articles 02 Dec 2014
Create custom APIs for enterprise-scale iOS and Android apps
Need to develop enterprise-scale APIs for mobile apps? See how the Bluemix cloud platform helps you develop custom APIs for native iOS and Android mobile apps to consume for greater agility, responsiveness, and time-to-market.
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Articles 24 Nov 2014
Why so slow? IBM Bluemix is the express lane for mobile app development
IBM Bluemix combines services, APIs, and infrastructure that let you build powerful mobile system engagement applications in an extremely reduced timeframe. This video describes how that's possible.
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Articles 18 Nov 2014
Create a mobile-friendly to-do list app with PHP, jQuery Mobile, and Google Tasks
Want a build a simple mobile app to create and manage your to-do lists? It's easy with the Slim PHP micro-framework, jQuery Mobile, and the Google Tasks API. I'll show you how I did it.
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Articles 10 Nov 2014
7 foolproof tips for iOS memory management using Swift and Objective-C
I've solved my share of memory issues in a native iOS app. Here are the memory issues I've encountered, common mistakes people make, and some best practices and techniques to debug and avoid memory leaks in the first place in both Swift and Objective-C apps.
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Tutorial 07 Nov 2014
Build an enterprise supply chain app on Bluemix
This tutorial shows how to build a Node.js app that uses cloud services on Bluemix and integrates with enterprise data and processes. Our app is a supply chain application that uses Business Rules, dashDB, and custom cloud services on Bluemix, integrated with IBM Worklight, Business Process Management (BPM), Content Management, and API Management for enterprise connectivity to corporate back-end systems.
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Tutorial 07 Nov 2014
Automate crash reporting for your mobile apps
Improve the stability of your mobile apps by taking advantage of automatic and context-aware reporting of crashes in IBM Mobile Quality Assurance for Bluemix.
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Articles 06 Nov 2014
Appendix: Set up your IDE
Set up your IDE to build the FindFlight app in detailed in the article "Automate crash reporting for your mobile apps."
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Tutorial 05 Nov 2014
Set up Mobile Quality Assurance with Swift and iOS 8
Learn how to augment a Swift version of the familiar BlueList application with the Mobile Quality Assurance (MQA) service on IBM Bluemix. With MQA, you can add a robust set of bug reporting, crash logging, and sentiment analysis for your applications for both internal pre-production testing and for end users after the applications reach production. In addition to delivering this compelling set of features with a minimally intrusive client-side footprint, MQA offers a comprehensive analytics dashboard for deeper insight.
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Tutorial 03 Nov 2014
Build an Android app to reserve meeting facilities
This tutorial shows you how to build a simple approval application for reserving meeting facilities in a workplace environment. To build the app, you'll use cloud services (Cloudant DB, MQ Light and Twilio) in the Bluemix development platform. Once the app is deployed on Bluemix, users can easily submit requests and receive responses on their mobile device.
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Articles 03 Nov 2014
Build an Android app and a web app to monitor on-premise database table values
If you monitor program status manually, save yourself some time by building an app to check a table column value in your on-premise database (such as whether a component is running or not) and get a push notification when the value changes. You can view the most recent table value from an Android mobile app or a web app. Follow this tutorial to monitor any table column value in an on-premise database that is supported by the Bluemix Cloud integration service.
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Articles 03 Nov 2014
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight V6.0, Part 8: Creating a hybrid portlet application using IBM Worklight and IBM Rational Application Developer V9.0
The final tutorial of this multi-part series shows how to create a WebSphere Portal V8.0-based hybrid portlet application by using IBM Worklight V6.0 that is installed on top of IBM Rational Application Developer V9.0. The portlet application that is created helps to download files from IBM Web Content Management libraries. With the desktop version of the application, you can download the files on your local file system. With the mobile version, you can download the files to your device. The application can also be used with Android based mobile devices.
Tutorial 30 Oct 2014
Three great Android tools for Linux and Windows sysadmin
Android applications let you do systems administration work by remotely connecting from your phone or tablet to your Windows, Linux, or UNIX systems, giving you a faster response time and letting you solve problems no matter where you are.
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Tutorial 29 Oct 2014
Enable Information Lifecycle Governance for data on mobile devices using Bluemix services
The RetentionLite application, built using IBM Bluemix mobile data services on an Android platform, enables a user to define governing rules or policies for efficient backup of data on the mobile device. This application enables Information Lifecycle Governance on mobile devices using flexible and configurable rules with an intuitive user interface. Enterprises can use the power of IBM Bluemix services to quickly develop and customize applications like RetentionLite to suit their data retention policies.
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Articles 28 Oct 2014
Extend the reach of enterprise content management
Write a Bluemix solution for a mobile application that uses IBM Content Manager as the back-end repository. With IBM Content Manager, you can use the app's design as a reference for developing similar mobile apps that leverage Bluemix technology.
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Articles 20 Oct 2014
Got 5 minutes? Build an email client
Create a mobile or web app in just 5 minutes to send email messages with RapidApps. RapidApps is a runtime and service, available in the IBM Bluemix cloud development platform, that helps you create applications and proofs-of-concept with zero coding.
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Articles 20 Oct 2014
Manage data in IBM Bluemix from your hybrid mobile apps with IBM plugins for Apache Cordova
Use the IBMData plugin for Apache Cordova to add IBM Bluemix data capabilities to existing or new hybrid mobile apps from the Cordova command-line interface. You can also invoke the Bluemix services to create, read, update, and delete data stored in the Bluemix cloud.
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Articles 13 Oct 2014
Start pushing: Enable push notification subscriptions in your native iOS mobile applications
Push notifications with IBM Worklight Foundation is a very powerful feature which makes it possible to reach client devices from a single common server code regardless of the vendor services (APNS or GCM). It also makes the entire process of communicating with the users and devices completely transparent to the developer. The purpose of this article is to enable developers to get up and running with Worklight push notifications as quickly as possible, as well as take the concept a step further with suggestions for ways it could be used in a more complex and realistic scenario. This article combines several important topics such as Worklight CLI, Worklight push notifications and Worklight adapter authentication, all used in tandem with a multi-view client application to join under one umbrella most of the pieces that are needed for a real push scenario. This tutorial describes a Worklight push notification scenario for an iOS native mobile application.
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Articles 09 Oct 2014
Start pushing: Enable push notification subscriptions in your native Android mobile applications
Push notifications with IBM Worklight Foundation is a very powerful feature which makes it possible to reach client devices from a single common server code regardless of the vendor services (APNS or GCM). It also makes the entire process of communicating with the users and devices completely transparent to the developer. The purpose of this article is to enable developers to get up and running with Worklight push notifications as quickly as possible, as well as take the concept a step further with suggestions for ways it could be used in a more complex and realistic scenario. This article combines several important topics such as Worklight CLI, Worklight push notifications and Worklight adapter authentication, all used in tandem with a multi-view client application to join under one umbrella most of the pieces that are needed for a real push scenario. This tutorial describes a Worklight push notification scenario for an Android native mobile application.
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Articles 09 Oct 2014
Build a mobile app in 10 minutes using drag-and-drop
Create a small application to help users remember where they parked their car. Because the RapidApps service in IBM Bluemix helps you build mobile-friendly applications, it's well suited to the task of taking a quick note on your mobile phone of exactly where you car is parked. Once you create the app, you can deploy it to the cloud, so anyone can use it.
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Articles 29 Sep 2014
Send messages or make voice calls using Twilio with Bluemix
Make a voice call or send SMS from the web to your mobile phone, by adding the Twilio service to an app on Bluemix. Twilio is a cloud-based service that allows you to use standard web languages to build voice, SMS, and VOIP applications with a web API.
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Articles 26 Sep 2014
5 minutes of smart: Using CICS and Worklight together to provide a strong backend for your mobile apps
Mobile usage is central to the daily lives of many people in today's world. This growth of workload through mobile devices requires a strong backend in any IT system and CICS Transaction Server is that strong backend. CICS Transaction Server and IBM Worklight can easily help you bring your backend data to your mobile applications.
Demos 24 Sep 2014
Port an iOS app from Objective-C to Swift
Following the launch of Bluemix earlier in 2014, we wrote a how-to on using the IBM Mobile Data service on Bluemix to enhance a rudimentary iOS app with cloud storage. In this tutorial, we show you how to port that original Objective-C application to Apple's new Swift programming language.
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Articles 23 Sep 2014
Editors' picks: Top 15 Bluemix tutorials
If you've been following developerWorks over the last few months, you've noticed how excited we are about Bluemix, IBM's open-standards cloud platform. Using Bluemix, along with IBM, third-party, and open source services, you can build, deploy, run, and manage almost any kind of application you can dream of. We've published so much content about Bluemix and its many services and runtimes that we wanted to step back and give you a look at what we think are some of the very best tutorials we've published on this exciting topic. So here it is, the Bluemix Top 15 as chosen by the developerWorks editorial team!
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Articles 22 Sep 2014
Distribute mobile apps over the air for testing
Learn how to use IBM Mobile Quality Assurance (MQA) through IBM Bluemix to perform over-the-air (OTA) distribution of mobile applications.
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Articles 19 Sep 2014
Carry the cloud in your pocket, Part 2: Order and configure your virtual servers
Build a mobile application to create, view, and manage SoftLayer infrastructure services using the SoftLayer REST API. In this second of two tutorials, learn how to order and configure servers on a mobile device.
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Tutorial 19 Sep 2014
Carry the cloud in your pocket, Part 1: Manage your server lists
Build a mobile application to create, view, and manage SoftLayer infrastructure services using the SoftLayer REST API. In this first of a two-part series, learn how to tailor the data you need to display your SoftLayer cloud servers on a mobile device.
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Tutorial 19 Sep 2014
Leverage push capabilities in hybrid mobile apps with Cordova plugins for Bluemix
IBM Bluemix includes a robust set of SDKs to interact between mobile devices and cloud services. One of these SDKs is Push, allowing developers to register devices against the Push service, send push notifications, and receive push notifications. This tutorial describes the steps to get up and running with the new Apache Cordova plugins for IBM Bluemix in your existing or new hybrid mobile application.
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Articles 12 Sep 2014
Enhance an Android app with Google+ authentication
Build an Android application hosted on the IBM cloud and protected by Google+ Authentication. This multi-part series introduces you to new services and technologies and gradually builds with each tutorial. This tutorial includes a demo, sample code, and complete instructions for creating the BlueList Android application. You can apply what you've learned to integrate Google+ Authentication into your own applications.
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Articles 11 Sep 2014
Build a traffic forecaster app hosted on IBM SoftLayer
This smartphone application helps drivers plan their travel routes and timing according to predicted traffic conditions. Through this, the app aims to optimize the driver's travel time as well as avoid traffic in congested areas.
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Articles 02 Sep 2014
Join the Web Components revolution with Polymer
The Polymer library uses Web Components technology supported by all modern browsers, including mobile browsers on iOS and Android. Add custom web elements that encapsulate a complete user interface including UI interaction handling, transition animation, and flexible CSS styling to your web applications or hybrid mobile apps.
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Tutorial 02 Sep 2014
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight V6.0, Part 2: Integrating multiple device support for WebSphere Portal pages
IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM’s Exceptional Web Experience solutions have been the market leader in web experience for more than a decade. IBM Worklight is a new, complete mobile enterprise application platform for delivering native, hybrid, and web applications. This article explains how to enable support for both Android and iOS smartphone applications during the enablement of WebSphere Portal and Worklight integration. This exercise augments the sample presented in Part 1 and demonstrates how to build an iPhone application and dynamically include the appropriate Worklight V6.0 resources.
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Articles 01 Sep 2014
Use Mobile Quality Assurance in the development of a production Worklight app
In this article you will learn how IBM Mobile Quality Assurance was used to develop the Ei! Treinador (Portuguese for "Hey Coach!") mobile application. Created for the VIP fans at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, this app enabled fans to see sentiment analysis aggregated from social media. You will learn how IBM Mobile Quality Assurance was installed and configured for the application and how it was used to distribute the application to testers and stakeholders. Mobile Quality Assurance was used in all phases of the development cycle, from internal testing to production usage. This article covers both the pre-production and production steps of IBM Mobile Quality Assurance.
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Articles 25 Aug 2014
Extend an Android app using the IBM Push for Bluemix cloud service
Build an Android application using the IBM Push for Bluemix and Node.js services available on IBM Bluemix. This multi-part series will gradually build, with each part introducing you to new services. This tutorial includes sample code and complete instructions for creating the BlueList Android application. You can apply what you've learned to integrate the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix, Node.js, and IBM Push for Bluemix services into your own applications.
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Articles 21 Aug 2014
Extend an iOS app using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service to integrate with Worklight
This tutorial shows you how to integrate Worklight with an existing mobile application, called BlueList, that uses various mobile services. All users who are running the BlueList application share the same grocery list; the application is not scoped to a particular user. In this tutorial, we'll add Worklight integration to personalize the application to the authenticated user.
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Articles 21 Aug 2014
Extend an Android app using the IBM Mobile Cloud service to integrate with Worklight
This tutorial shows you how to integrate an Android application with IBM Worklight, building on the previous tutorials, "Build an Android app using the "IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service" and "Extend an Android app using the IBM Push for Bluemix service." The Android application we'll demonstrate is a simple mobile application, called BlueList, that uses various mobile services. The previous tutorials demonstrate a grocery list that is not scoped to a particular user. All users who are running the application share the same grocery list. In this tutorial, we'll add Worklight integration to personalize the application to the authenticated user.
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Articles 21 Aug 2014
Use the Twilio cloud service to add text messaging to Android and iOS apps
Build a mobile application using the Twilio service hosted on the IBM cloud. This multi-part series will gradually build, with each part introducing you to new services. This tutorial includes a demo, sample code, and complete instructions for creating the BlueList Android or iOS application. You can apply what you've learned to integrate IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix and Twilio into your own applications.
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Articles 21 Aug 2014
Jumping through Hadoop: Stream Big Data video on a mobile app by integrating IBM Worklight with IBM InfoSphere BigInsights on IBM Bluemix
This article explains how you can integrate video data streaming with a mobile application. In doing so, it also highlights some of the business problems addressed and opportunities available by using several cutting-edge technologies: IBM InfoSphere BigInsights on IBM Bluemix and IBM Worklight. This is an example of a compelling trend that demands cloud service integration of big data to mobile devices for video streaming.
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Articles 13 Aug 2014
Send a Push notification from a mobile app in 5 minutes or less
IBM Bluemix includes a robust set of SDKs to interact between mobile devices and cloud services. One of these SDKs is a JavaScript node packaged module that enables developers to send Push notifications from a web or hybrid application. This article provides steps to get up and running with the JavaScript APIs for your new or existing hybrid mobile application.
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Articles 25 Jul 2014
Build a time-control app using iBeacons and the IBM Mobile Data service
IBM Bluemix includes a robust set of SDKs to interact with mobile devices and cloud services. This article shows how to create a simple application using the Android Estimote SDK for iBeacons using Cloudant on Bluemix. It starts with an overview of the basic features provided by the Estimote Android SDK, describes the integration of a simple Android application with the Mobile Data cloud service, and shows how easy it is to integrate applications using the new Beacon technology with the cloud services provided by Bluemix.
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Articles 17 Jul 2014
Create high-performance mobile UIs with Famo.us
With the Famo.us platform, mobile web UIs written in JavaScript can be as compelling as native-code implementations. Work through this article's examples to find out how Famo.us helps you easily create a high-performance user experience in your mobile apps.
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Articles 08 Jul 2014
Automate Famo.us mobile apps with Cloudant on Bluemix
Learn how to reuse Famo.us application templates (widgets) to build your mobile applications quickly. In a few lines of code, you'll create an app in which users can select articles or videos from a thumb-scrollable list; then you'll deploy the app to IBM Bluemix. And you'll see how to automate customization of the app (its appearance and contents) from a replicated JSON document that is stored in Cloudant.
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Articles 01 Jul 2014
Create back-end cloud services on IBM Bluemix to build mobile and web apps quickly
This article shows you how to create and deploy back-end cloud services (using Node.js and Cloudant) on IBM Bluemix to help you build mobile or web applications quickly.
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Articles 28 Jun 2014
Build a mobile app that isn't perfect
Despite best efforts, it's nearly impossible to develop perfect code for mobile apps, the first time around. Even in nearly-perfect applications, users expect functions that aren't there, they discover performance glitches, or notice security vulnerabilities. In this sample scenario, learn how to find imperfections in mobile apps using IBM Mobile Quality Assurance.
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Articles 27 Jun 2014
Build a real-time marketing application with Node.js and IBM Mobile Web Push
Get familiar with Node.js and the IBM Mobile Web Push APIs, so you can be ready to implement some real-world use cases for this technology.
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Articles 27 Jun 2014
Build a mobile phone book for your Salesforce contacts
Create an authenticated application on Salesforce.com and, using DevOps Services (JazzHub) and IBM Bluemix, develop and host a Node.js application to expose calls to the Salesforce API as a simple REST service. Then, using this service, develop a contact application for the desktop and port it to your mobile platform to use as personal phone book.
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Articles 27 Jun 2014
Build a sentiment analysis application with Node.js, Express, sentiment, and ntwitter
Build a Node.js application to analyze public reaction to any given topic on Twitter. This article includes a demo, sample code, and full instructions for creating a basic PaaS app, then adding sentiment analysis to it and connecting it to Twitter. The app you build will use popular Node.js modules. You can reuse it anytime you need a quick mobile app to analyze and monitor large volumes of data over time.
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Articles 27 Jun 2014
Streamline your organization's mobile application security testing program with IBM Security AppScan Source 9.0
Many applications today are written for mobile devices. These applications are developed and released at a rapid speed. Yet the security of many of these applications remains a major concern. AppScan Source 9.0 streamlines your organization’s mobile application security testing with the introduction of local mode, integration with IBM Worklight, and by expanding its support of the Mac platform.
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Articles 17 Jun 2014
DevOps for mobile apps challenges and best practices
Mobile apps bring new complexity to DevOps, but the rewards are too great to ignore. Get 10 best practices for ramping up your mobile enterprise capability for continuous software delivery.
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Articles 13 May 2014
Integrating IBM Mobile Web Push with WebSphere Commerce
Integrate IBM Mobile Web Push into your WebSphere Commerce marketing platform, then use it to create an inbox of marketing offers.
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Articles 12 May 2014
Recognize physical activity on mobile phones with IBM Worklight and IBM SPSS Modeler
Recognize mobile activity with a service developed with IBM Worklight and IBM SPSS Modeler in this high-level overview. See how to detect and track the physical activity of mobile phone users. The authors share techniques to clean training data, select features, choose the best classification algorithm, and validate the model.
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Articles 29 Apr 2014
Build mobile apps that work
An expert panel of IBM MobileFirst specialists summarizes tips for building and testing high-quality mobile applications.
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Articles 08 Apr 2014
Learn about Security Access Manager for Mobile
This demonstration video shows three advanced authorization scenarios using IBM Security Access Manager for Mobile and WorkLight.
Articles 08 Apr 2014
Smarter healthcare: Integrating mobile technologies and decision management
Integrating disparate systems to provide timely information at the point of care is a critical aspect of improving patient care in today's healthcare environment. Using the right combination of technologies for integration, mobile applications, and operational intelligence can unlock the potential held within the voluminous information that flows between systems today, ultimately improving quality of care and even patient outcomes. This article shows how the combination of IBM Integration Bus, IBM Operational Decision Manager, and mobile applications built with IBM Worklight can work together to achieve these goals.
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Articles 02 Apr 2014
Watch IBM Security Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-On on an iPad
This demonstration video shows IBM Security Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-On protecting an Apple iPad.
Articles 01 Apr 2014
Build a mobile app that isn't perfect (Appendix: Setting up the ADT)
To develop an Android app, you need to download the Android Developer Tools (ADT) and configure the ADT. Learn how to download the ADT, install it, and prepare the Android Virtual Device Manager.
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Articles 01 Apr 2014
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight, Part 7: Leveraging web content in a mobile app using Worklight
Building on Part 6 of this series on integrating IBM® WebSphere® Portal with IBM Worklight®, this article explains how you can leverage web content meta data and dynamic rules running inside of IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager in an IBM Worklight mobile application. By leveraging the rules defined in Web Content Manager, you have one central place where business users and marketers can define promotions, and other dynamic and personalized content. This retail store example shows how you can combine the native geo-location feature of a mobile device with Web Content Manager's dynamic personalization rules that offer content based on the current user's context, location, or history. This opens up the possibility of a whole new set of applications that can be implemented using Worklight and Web Content Manager together, while keeping the content, its meta data, and the rules stored in Web Content Manager.
Articles 26 Mar 2014
Connect IBM Worklight hybrid mobile apps to LinkedIn services
Use the OAuth standard and IBM Worklight HTPP adapters to securely connect your hybrid mobile applications to LinkedIn's APIs and services.
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Articles 05 Mar 2014
Add IBM Mobile Quality Assurance to your mobile quality regimen
If you want to make your interactive manual testing of mobile apps significantly more efficient and effective, try IBM Mobile Quality Assurance. MQA is a hosted Software-as-a-Service capability that helps you continuously deliver high-quality applications. And it's extremely easy to start using MQA in the pre-production and post-release phases of your mobile app lifecycle.
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Articles 04 Mar 2014
Test mobile applications with IBM Rational Test Workbench on Android devices hosted in Keynote DeviceAnywhere
Learn how to perform mobile testing using IBM Rational Test Workbench version 8.5.1 on Android devices from Keynote DeviceAnywhere. Explore how to automate the tasks to create, execute, and analyze functional tests for native, hybrid, and web applications on Android devices.
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Articles 04 Mar 2014
Using WebSphere DataPower as a push notification proxy for Worklight mobile applications
IBM WebSphere DataPower Appliances are built for simplified deployment and hardened security, bridging multiple protocols, and performing conversions at wire speed. These capabilities help you achieve and maintain security and operational polices. Often used as a reverse proxy and security gateway for handling inbound traffic into an enterprise, DataPower can also be used as a gateway for outbound connections to facilitate monitoring and routing. IBM Worklight makes outbound connections to notification mediators in order to push notifications for mobile applications. This article explains how you can setup DataPower to act as a push notification proxy.
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Articles 26 Feb 2014
From manual to continuous automated deployment of mobile Worklight applications
This article describes how to use IBM UrbanCode Deploy to define a DevOps deployment solution for IBM Worklight mobile artifacts. By defining a deployment using IBM UrbanCode Deploy with the IBM Worklight plugin, mobile teams can respond to feedback faster and have a repeatable process with reduced risk.
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Articles 25 Feb 2014
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight, Part 6: Feed web content from IBM Web Content Manager to a Worklight mobile app
This article describes how you can develop an IBM Worklight mobile application that displays web content from an IBM WebSphere Portal server, while leveraging the advantages of a web content management system such as IBM Web Content Manager. This article provides an example that displays web content feeds from IBM Web Content Manager in a hybrid mobile application created with IBM Worklight.
Articles 12 Feb 2014
How to test mobile applications with Rational Test Virtualization Server
Most of the mobile applications developed for enterprise use are distributed applications that integrate with back-end services. To test a mobile application end to end, you need to understand the back-end domains. IBM Rational Test Workbench helps simulate the back-end services you can use in integration testing. This capability eliminates the need to completely understand the back-end domains and makes it easier to test mobile applications.
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Articles 21 Jan 2014

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