Many of you must have used the Bluemix Mobile Dashboard to create mobile projects using starters and then adding various services to get a running application. The Bluemix Mobile Dashboard is evolving into a broader developer console to enable not just mobile but cloud native applications.
Using Azure Android Push Documentation as a starting point, this blog will guide you through the steps to migrate your existing Azure push notification enabled Android application to use Push Notifications on Bluemix.
App developers take note! As you may know, using the IBM® Bluemix® Mobile Dashboard you can associate cloud native services (like security, push notifications, and analytics) with your mobile app, and then generate a downloadable package which contains client code along with microservice SDKs. As a developer, this alone can save you a ton of time. But now, you can reduce development time further and radically simplify your mobile app code. All by adding custom backend apps to your Bluemix mobile project, and then automatically generating SDKs for them.
In this blog, we will focus on the third and final tutorial on using the Text to Speech service.
On March 14, IBM Mobile Client Access for Bluemix (MCA) gets a new name: IBM Bluemix App ID. Along with the name change, we're also introducing an improved experience with a new pricing plan.
As of March 1, 2017, the service tile will be removed from the Bluemix Public catalog and you will no longer be able to provision new Mobile Quality Assurance instances. However, existing instances will continue to be supported.