This blog post is an excerpt from our solution tutorial - "Gather, visualize, and analyze IoT data". The tutorial walks you through setting up an IoT device, gathering mobile sensor data in the Watson IoT Platform, exploring data and creating visualizations and then using advanced machine learning services to analyze data and detect anomalies in the historical data.
Cultivate a feedback driven culture for feature releases in your organization by partnering with your end users early and often. Be it during the initial phases of your feature release or to know which variant of an application user interface has better acceptance. With App Launch we will partner with you in this journey.
We are pleased to announce the availability of Push Notification Service in US- East Washington region. This service is already available in US-South Dallas, EU-GB London, EU-DE Frankfurt & AU-SYD regions.
With IBM Cloud App ID’s Cloud Directory feature, you can create a user registry, and add sign-up and email/password sign-in to your mobile or web app. Cloud Directory comes with a pre-built sign-in widget that you can use, or if you prefer to use your own branding, you can replace it with your own custom UI. This blog will show you how to use Cloud Directory APIs and add your own custom sign-in screen to an Android application. You can find the Android Cloud Land App on GitHub.
While coding and drafting “Mobile app with a Serverless Backend”, We came up with an idea to use Swift on the server-side for the iOS app (it’s an interesting use case).So, that it will cater the full stack swift developers out there. The same is true for the Android version of the app as well.
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
IBM Mobile Foundation Adapter Auto-generation framework can automatically generate Adapters for a back-end system or microservices from its OpenAPI specification. The OpenAPI specification of the microservices can be made available either as a JSON file or yaml file. The adapter generation framework takes the OpenAPI Specification file as input and generates the adapter and downloads, which can be deployed to Mobile Foundation.