Security features provided by Mobile Foundation on IBM Cloud simplify various aspects of Mobile security, enabling developers to build hack-proof apps. This post covers a list of critical security requirements that Mobile Foundation addresses.
IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation powers many on-premise customers in more than 50 countries, delivering the best-of-the-best apps and serving a large number of users. IBM Cloud Mobile Foundation Service offers all the same capabilities available in on-premise MobileFirst Foundation, with the additional benefits of fully managed service with instant deployment and scale-out option.
We are excited to announce the availability of the IBM Cloud Mobile Foundation service in the US-East (Washington DC) region. The service is now available in five regions, including US-South (Dallas, TX), London, Frankfurt, and Sydney.
Digging through layers of cloud-integration documentation before even opening Xcode is precious time that you could spend building apps. In March 2018, Apple and IBM launched the IBM Cloud Developer Console for Apple to provide the fastest route to coding. It offers everything that you need to create a full-stack, production-ready cloud native application, no digging required.
Sorting through layers of documentation before even opening Xcode is precious time that could be spent coding. To help Apple developers save time, we’re excited to announce the IBM Cloud Developer Console for Apple, an experience on IBM Cloud that offers everything you need to build a full-stack cloud native application and nothing extra.
As mobile app developers, few of the many priorities in our bucket are engaging the users through Push Notifications and monitor the app usage through Mobile Analytics.
Recently, we announced new tutorials to get you started on IBM Cloud. In continuation of our effort to bring in structured and well-defined tutorials, we are adding a mobile section
Our mobile backend applications are compatible with iOS 9. We tested our samples after upgrading them to the iOS 9 SDK, and they worked with Bluemix without any further updates. Although your app will work with Bluemix without any further updates, there are some ways that the iOS 9 update might affect the functionality of your app. This post summarizes the areas that may need your attention. More...
MobileFirst Quality Assurance (MQA) – crash capture, in-app testing, and app store analytics for iOS mobile apps (Part 3)
Does anyone care if their mobile app crashes? Mobile is everywhere and unfortunately so are app crashes! Sure it’s frustrating, but even more alarming is that the reputation and health of a business can blossom or crumble on the quality of its mobile channel. In the final installment of the three part series, you will see how to quickly harness public appstore feedback and act upon those issues before they become a larger social media problem. More…